The Role of the Audio Director: Engine Oil & Better Communication
By Grant Norsworthy · March 15, 2018 • If not ignored, in some cases, church techs can feel that they are deemed a "necessary evil," who are present only to give those on the platform what they want.
Role of an Audio Director: Open Lines of Communication Key
By Ralph Hicks · March 14, 2018 • Time is precious, which is why you asked others to do that job in the first place. The best way to empowerment is training and coaching.
Role of an Audio Director: Aim for Best Sound, Learn How to Empower Others
By Sebashtian Warrick · March 6, 2018 • In such a role, you should be checking on all your inputs and outputs, to make sure you are getting the absolute best sound that you possibly can. If you need to change the heads on your drum set, then do so.
Lighting Control: What to Know About 3 Protocols
By Steven Hall · February 2, 2018 • In the world of lighting control, there are quite a few different control protocols and systems. Many of them however, take a huge influence from the DMX protocol.
Common Language, Common Ground: Improving Team Communication
By Adrian Gates · January 2, 2018 • Responsibility for communication falls to the leader, and often requires getting out of your comfort zone, to where one must attempt to speak in a language that is understood.
Rebuild: What Do You Do When The Church Burns Down?
By Nathan VonMinden · November 6, 2017 • Despite the tragedy of the fire, a great number of friends stepped up to support the church and allow them to continue holding services while the church could move forward and rebuild.
The First Pre-Emptive Action to Avoid an Audio Failure
By Michael Scott · October 13, 2017 • To adequately prepare for the upgrade process, there are three key areas that you need to invest your thought in: timing, communication, and research.
It Takes Hard Work To Get To Sound Check
By Debbie Keough · October 12, 2017 • Being able to work toward nailing each area every week will bring your team closer to achieving smooth services week in and week out.
Focus on Spiritual Health Leads Tech Leaders Retreat Panel Talk
By Andres Caamano · October 10, 2017 • One of the most common words that came up repeatedly from each of the panelists was the element of relationships.
Planning a Successful Upgrade for 2018
By Todd Heft · October 6, 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.
Sound Check with Elevation Worship and Cuevas
By Gregory Kayne · September 18, 2017 • The single most important experience for promoting musical excellence while bringing worship, pastors and media ministers together in unity and purpose is sound check.
Communicating the Gospel: Philip and the Ethiopian Go To Church
By Michael Edgar Myers · August 17, 2017 • Whatever the environment – big or small; urban, suburban; multi-cultural – in addition to solid gospel preaching, the order of service in each of these must encompass four basic elements.
Video Production: Encourage Communication As a Team
By Jim Sippel · July 24, 2017 • It’s good for a team to know what their roles are on the project, and what the specific expectations are within each role, especially when your crew is small.
Team Development: The “Yes, And…” of Ministry
By Michael Edgar Myers · June 20, 2017 • "Seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well." – Matthew 6:33
Team Development: Don’t Ignore Investing in Staff, Volunteers
By Ralph Hicks · June 1, 2017 • Having open, honest and regular communication with our staff is the key to understanding, conflict resolution and quality work.
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.