Volunteers

Cathy Hutchison · November 21, 2017
Practical advice for launching, maintaining, and succeeding in a ministry approach to a church café.

By Todd Heft · October 06, 2017
Technical upgrades should not detract or distract people from the message, but technology can make things easier, and can mean you require less volunteers or less stress on yourself.

By Van Metschke · May 16, 2017
Make no mistake, tech arts in church is a people business. And that is a good thing.

By Dennis Choy · May 05, 2017
Often, it’s not that we are unwilling to recruit more – we just have so much going in ministry that when the slots are full, we stop recruiting and focus on other things.

Jim Kumorek · February 28, 2017
Beyond foundational lighting, here are fixtures to give your service that extra pop.

WFM Staff · January 20, 2017
Are your volunteers stretched thin? Here's how to know when making that jump is a necessity.

By M. Erik Matlock · December 22, 2016
We don’t have the right to ridicule others who don't have our skills any more than we have the right to berate ourselves for some skill set that we lack.

WFM Staff · September 23, 2016
Seeking balance inside and outside of work and ministry focus of Tech Leaders Retreat at WFX 2016.

By Chris Martin · September 01, 2016
Today video dominates social media, and online content in general. If your ministry isn’t doing much with video already, you may want to consider it.

Jim Kumorek · August 16, 2016
Installing certain technology into your facility respects your volunteer's time, can makes your facility easier to maintain, and will open up creative new ways to use your facility.