Is Becoming a Multi-Site Church Right for Your Ministry?
By TD Staff · May 6, 2016 • If launching one or more additional campuses is on the radar for your church, here’s a brief look at some areas to consider to help you develop a multi-site plan.
Stronger Together: Promoting Dialogue Among Churches on a Local Level
By TD Staff · April 26, 2016 • REACH Conferences have been created to deliver educational elements of the annual WFX on a regional level, while opening up networking opportunities for churches in those regions.
Easter’s Over, Now What?
By Bradley Hodges · April 25, 2016 • The common thread between each of these ideas is creativity. Step outside the box and get creative with how you engage your audience after Easter.
The Multi-Site ‘X-Factor’
By Lee Varian · April 19, 2016 • Interfacing with ministry leaders is a critical component of successful production teams, as a significant amount of effort is usually required to establish healthy relationships within the church.
3 Social Media Tips to Attract the Outside Community
By TD Staff · April 12, 2016 • As churches, we need to identify how we can stand out in our communities.
Planning Ahead for the Chaos of the Next Big Service
By Duke DeJong · April 11, 2016 • Think about how you can prepare for the year's bigger services well in advance to make your life a little less frantic as the big days approach.
Communicating with Volunteers: Success or Disaster?
By Michael Scott · April 7, 2016 • Whether it's email, texting, or through social media, seek to communicate in a convenient way for the people you shepherd over.
Duke DeJong: Recognizing the Time For Change
By Duke DeJong · April 4, 2016 • Knowing when it's time to upgrade your sound, video and lighting systems is a deeper question.
Basics, Trends and How to Keep Up: Tech Team Training and Development at WFX REACH
By TD Staff · April 1, 2016 • Sessions intended to deliver the quality education of the annual Worship Facilities Conference and Expo (WFX) in less time.
Gregory Kayne: Everyone Wants to Play for a Winning Team
By Gregory Kayne · March 31, 2016 • Volunteer recruiting requires one to be bold, different to gain and keep people's attention.
From No to Yes: How to Get Your Sound System Proposal Approved
By Duke DeJong · March 28, 2016 • Other than a brief recommendation, 'I' should rarely be seen or heard in your proposals. The more personal you make your pitch, the more questions generally get raised.
Working to Build a Talented Team Doesn’t Have to be a Pipe Dream
By Tony Staires · March 24, 2016 • No matter if you’re a filmmaker, video editor, photographer, you name it - technicians talk to each other.
Van Metschke: Best Practices to Building Rock Star Teams
By Van Metschke · March 22, 2016 • As I move through my career both in tech and ministry, I have found the most joy when mentoring and apprenticing.
Setting the Standard for Multi-Site Success
By Justin Firesheets · March 18, 2016 • When launching a new campus, it’s critical that churches take the necessary steps with staffing and budget to ensure a high-quality experience is being created.
Team Matters: When Both Cain and Abel are Part of Your Worship Team
By Greg Stovell · March 16, 2016 • Unchecked team riffs can easily spill into the life of the church family, destroy a team and even affect the church’s God given mission.
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, January-February 2018
The January-February 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about the many steps a church had to take in the aftermath of a fire, and another involving a church making the jump to 4K.