Looking to Upgrade Your Cameras from an iPhone to Stream?
By Stefan Svard · February 8, 2018 • A lower resolution three-chip camera can actually render more accurate images to that of a higher resolution single-chip camera when you compare on a pixel-by-pixel resolution.
New Yamaha RIVAGE PM7 Offers PM10 User Experience
By TD Staff · February 7, 2018 • With 120 input channels, 60 mix buses, 24 matrices, and a comprehensive selection of 48 top-quality plug-ins, the PM7 provides a mixing capacity comparable to the PM10.
Language of Light: Using Visuals to Communicate Culture
By Adrian Gates · February 1, 2018 • In modern worship, we can use visual language that draws upon 2,000 years of church history, and generations of culture.
Team Development: Aim To Create A Welcome Space for Worship
By Ralph Hicks · January 17, 2018 • Each team should develop leaders within the group to help train and encourage. The people that you train today will be our leaders tomorrow.
Strategies for Your Church’s Social Media Content
By Len Wilson · January 11, 2018 • Each network has unique characteristics. One is post lifespans. The lifespan of a post, or how long it is visible to your followers, is somewhat dependent on the size of a person’s network.
LED Walls: As Costs Drop, Many Churches Look to Such Systems
By Josh Holowicki · January 11, 2018 • One of the beautiful things about an LED video wall system is modularity. The capability to configure the panels in virtually any setup is very attractive to designers for creative elements.
For Your Praise Band, Are In-Ear Monitors Really The Right Solution?
By Grant Norsworthy · January 4, 2018 • Even at some churches, the "Everything louder than everything else!" demand is a challenge that rises from "monitor wars."
Leadership: Is ‘Near Enough’ the Best We Can Be?
By Grant Norsworthy · December 15, 2017 • If you want your team members to bring their "A game" every time, the leadership style of the team leader plays an enormously influential role.
Stage Design: Constantly Be On The Lookout for Inspiration
By Brian Wilson · December 13, 2017 • No set design ever brought anyone to faith, but great design can draw people into worship in a fresh way, where God can move in their lives.
Five Methods for Making Better Team Decisions
By Len Wilson · November 22, 2017 • In a healthy collaborative environment, the role of individual team members becomes more about leading the discussion around a particular aspect of worship, such as music, rather than dictating what idea will become the final decision for worship.
Spiritual Health: Re-Set the Rudder That Steers the Ship
By Grant Norsworthy · November 21, 2017 • We want the people involved in leading the congregation to worship God through songs to deeply and clearly know that the true worship of God goes beyond our songs and our services.
1,273 Days In The Life of Environmental Projection
By Tim Ottley · October 13, 2017 • It takes deliberate effort and well planned and executed content to redirect that production – to become an environment for worship.
Biblically Developing Your Sense of Humor
By Michael Edgar Myers · October 9, 2017 • A church’s Humor Quotient is a critical barometer of a church's health and has unimagined potential for missional and discipleship growth.
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.
What’s the Point of IMAG?
By Michael Scott · August 21, 2017 • There is value in using IMAG to, in essence, shrink a worship space. A major point of IMAG should be to help the congregation connect with the people who are leading them in worship.
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.