Spiritual Health: Being Salt
By Mark Hanna · December 15, 2016 • It is important to constantly strive to enhance and do our best to not cause a distraction.
Look to Always Raise Confidence Of Those You Work, Serve With
By Debbie Keough · December 13, 2016 • As we ramp up rehearsals, planning, and production for the year’s biggest events, the enemy is inevitably going to sneak in there.
Spiritual Health: Our Five Deadly Oxen
By Greg Stovell · December 12, 2016 • I believe it is very dangerous to lead worship services without spending the time in prayer and study, and regularly tending to our spiritual growth.
How To Persevere Through The ‘Winters’ Of Our Lives
By Bradley Hodges · December 12, 2016 • You will find yourself continually pouring out into the life of your church, but never being poured into by anyone else. This will always lead to burnout.
Spiritual Health: 4 Ways To Avoid Burnout and Exhaustion
By Luke McElroy · December 9, 2016 • Don’t let this Christmas season become something you agonize, but something that you thrive in and look forward to.
7 Effective Strategies to Recruit, Retain Women in a Tech Ministry
By Keri Rafter · December 8, 2016 • Unless cajoled or personally invited, women do not typically volunteer themselves for a church's tech ministry.
Spiritual Health: Keeping Your Focus
By Marcus Hammond · December 8, 2016 • Genuinely caring for people and their spiritual well-being only takes a willingness to respond to the promptings of the Holy Spirit – TDs often forget this.
Spiritual Health: A Perspective for the Tech Director
By Lee Varian · December 2, 2016 • God’s plan is for us to thrive in a vast spiritual community full of others who, while on their own journeys, are fertile sources of inspiration and encouragement.
Spiritual Health: Find Time To Listen To The Message
By Daniel Beard · November 30, 2016 • If you are not able to listen to the message at that moment, I encourage you to go back and listen to or watch a recording of the sermon.
The More with Less Church: Seeking To Accomplish More
By TD Staff · November 14, 2016 • We are eager to give birth to new ministries, but are lousy at letting old ones die.
A Few Ideas On How Best To Lead Amazing Teams
By Stephen Brewster · November 7, 2016 • In seeing things differently, creatives must take the time to build teams that excel toward designing things that make you proud.
Simply Worship Continues To Flourish
By Andres Caamano · October 25, 2016 • With 55 workshop "labs," conference was a strong experience for more than 1,000 attendees to learn about audio, video, lighting to volunteers and songwriting.
God Requires a 2-Hour Sound Check
By Gregory Kayne · October 20, 2016 • While it’s important to establish a good length of time, what’s even more important is to have sound check last approximately the same amount of time every time.
Creating Better Connecting To Christ Moments in Worship
By Keri Rafter · October 17, 2016 • Addressing the needs of your congregation moment by moment, for the purpose of speaking to their hearts and minds is now more important than ever.
Differences Between Rehearsals, Run Throughs
By Mike Paschal · October 13, 2016 • If a run through is done well, it can make for a great day when wanting to have an event or service avoid the possible hiccups.
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.