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The Role of The Creative Director: From Planner, to Producer and More
By Greg Saffles · November 9, 2017 • It’s one thing to have a brilliant idea, it’s another thing to inspire someone else to have a brilliant idea and to give them a platform to use their creativity.

Finding Your Lighting Console: Where to Start
By Greg Saffles · September 8, 2017 • Each church is different, and has different needs as it relates to lighting. Fortunately, the market has responded with a variety of consoles for each unique situation.

Role Of The Lighting Director: Don’t Be Fearful of New Ideas
By Greg Saffles · June 30, 2017 • No matter the medium, the lighting director exists to come alongside others to create an environment that is conducive to a worship gathering.

Lighting Design: It’s Not the Light, It’s Where You Put It
By Greg Saffles · May 29, 2017 • In general, you want your fixtures to be placed at a 45-degree angle from the subject. Higher than this, and you will end up with unflattering shadows.

Washes, Beams, and Spots … How to Know the Difference
By Greg Saffles · April 14, 2017 • Venturing into the world of fixture selection can be overly intimidating, but remember that the goal is to choose the best possible fixture for what we're trying to achieve.

Two-Way Street: Plan and Evaluate
By Greg Saffles · March 3, 2017 • Remember that our responsibility in the church is not to have the greatest Sunday morning services and processes, but to raise up and invest in the people God has given us.

Planning How to Best Use Lighting for Video
By Greg Saffles · November 9, 2016 • The good news is that starting isn’t difficult. In fact, it’s much easier when your lighting kit isn’t super advanced, and doesn’t require a team to set up and tear down every time.

Fixture Upper: Making The Best Of The Old
By Greg Saffles · September 16, 2016 • Before you throw away those old fixtures in your back closet, consider another use of Lekos and PARs in your worship space.

Programming Considerations For Your Church Lighting Console
By Greg Saffles · July 26, 2016 • Take the time to create certain presets and groups to provide the exact settings you need during a service, recalled at the touch of a button.

Stewarding Your Vision
By Greg Saffles · June 13, 2016 • For many churches, it’s difficult to even move beyond 'maintenance mode,' let alone plan for the future.

 Author Search: Greg Saffles

The Role of The Creative Director: From Planner, to Producer and More
By Greg Saffles · November 9, 2017 • It’s one thing to have a brilliant idea, it’s another thing to inspire someone else to have a brilliant idea and to give them a platform to use their creativity.

Finding Your Lighting Console: Where to Start
By Greg Saffles · September 8, 2017 • Each church is different, and has different needs as it relates to lighting. Fortunately, the market has responded with a variety of consoles for each unique situation.

Role Of The Lighting Director: Don’t Be Fearful of New Ideas
By Greg Saffles · June 30, 2017 • No matter the medium, the lighting director exists to come alongside others to create an environment that is conducive to a worship gathering.

Lighting Design: It’s Not the Light, It’s Where You Put It
By Greg Saffles · May 29, 2017 • In general, you want your fixtures to be placed at a 45-degree angle from the subject. Higher than this, and you will end up with unflattering shadows.

Washes, Beams, and Spots … How to Know the Difference
By Greg Saffles · April 14, 2017 • Venturing into the world of fixture selection can be overly intimidating, but remember that the goal is to choose the best possible fixture for what we're trying to achieve.

Two-Way Street: Plan and Evaluate
By Greg Saffles · March 3, 2017 • Remember that our responsibility in the church is not to have the greatest Sunday morning services and processes, but to raise up and invest in the people God has given us.

Planning How to Best Use Lighting for Video
By Greg Saffles · November 9, 2016 • The good news is that starting isn’t difficult. In fact, it’s much easier when your lighting kit isn’t super advanced, and doesn’t require a team to set up and tear down every time.

Fixture Upper: Making The Best Of The Old
By Greg Saffles · September 16, 2016 • Before you throw away those old fixtures in your back closet, consider another use of Lekos and PARs in your worship space.

Programming Considerations For Your Church Lighting Console
By Greg Saffles · July 26, 2016 • Take the time to create certain presets and groups to provide the exact settings you need during a service, recalled at the touch of a button.

Stewarding Your Vision
By Greg Saffles · June 13, 2016 • For many churches, it’s difficult to even move beyond 'maintenance mode,' let alone plan for the future.

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Worship Facilities Magazine, September-October 2017
The September-October 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers a glance at a Granger Community Church, and their recent install of a Lawo audio mixing console system.

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