Colby May · November 06, 2017
Is it possible to use more energy, while at the same time lowering your overall energy cost?

By Alexandra Altvater · July 26, 2017
A cloud-based computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) was needed to manage the church’s assets and keep operations management details centrally organized.

By Gary Zandstra · April 21, 2016
In many ways Churches are very unique buildings and they need to be designed to meet a myriad of functions. Take a fresh look at your building, or an eyes-wide-open view of one that you are planning. Will it inspire or meet at mediocrity?

By John F. Sobieski · April 05, 2016
The return of spring means that it’s time to perform seasonal maintenance on your commercial HVAC system.

M Wagner · March 24, 2016
A session featuring an interactive discussion about the development of a 20 year capital and maintenance plan (and the forms used) to protect your equipment.

Rachel Dawn Hayes · March 17, 2016
How should you plan, design, budget and otherwise steward your facilities for maximum ministry impact?

M Wagner · February 17, 2016
Better communication amongst team members will create a smoother production or function, letting team members focus more on the tasks at hand for any church service or event.

Deborah Ike · October 08, 2015
Wisdom from the trenches of those who have recently completed a church building project. Taken from the Worship Facilities Church Construction survey results.

Martin Sinderman · June 04, 2015
Effective response to emergencies takes planning. Is your church prepared?

By Eddy Hall, Ray Bowman and J. Skipp Machmer · April 23, 2015
From the book, The More with Less Church. Excerpt three: If you don’t want your single-use building to become a barrier to reaching new people, you can teach your old church building new tricks.