WFX Conference & Expo: An Experience That Will Change Your Church
This October, the conference will offer you an ideal opportunity to find the answers to your questions to where one can "leave encouraged and feel more empowered to serve their ministries to their best abilities as technicians and leaders."
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For so many people in church tech roles, carving out the necessary time to develop one’s skillset, while challenged with an already over-scheduled life, is a problem to be reckoned with.
Amidst the hustle and bustle of our very busy lifestyles, we all have to weigh carefully the pros and cons of setting aside the time it takes to invest in our own skillset and spiritual development. Churches often look for ways for the entire church team to get away together, adding an additional layer of complexity. The WFX Conference and Expo (WFX) serves as a yearly retreat for many such churches, offering training and education for everyone, all at the same place and at the same time. We are determined to help you solve your problems by offering five distinct, co-located conferences, where specialized training for the entire team is available. WFX promises to be an experience that will change your church.
Justin Firesheets, production manager for Church of the Highlands in Birmingham, Alabama, said, “WFX has long been known as a preeminent destination for church tech directors looking to grow themselves both personally and professionally. It has always been a prime opportunity for me to network and strengthen my connection with fellow church TDs, and I know this year’s attendees will benefit from being part of that larger church community. And even beyond just growing in technical knowledge, I’m confident that those who attend will also leave encouraged and feel more empowered to serve their ministries to their best abilities as technicians and leaders.”
In just a few months, the perfect solution for churches, offering training and education, will be descending on Dallas, Texas. WFX will be at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center on October 10-12, providing state-of-the-art church team training and the largest dedicated church expo in the country.
Unlike in previous years, though, the 2017 WFX conference will be significantly different. For starters, it will be made up of five targeted, individual conferences related to tech arts, safety and security, communications, worship arts, and buildings and facilities. There’s something for your entire team. During the two-and-a-half days, there will be extensive learning opportunities including, the annual Tech Leader’s Retreat, hands-on training, pre-conference boot camps, sponsored workshops, Keynote speakers, and a vast array of educational sessions.
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The May-June 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine includes a series of recent articles that appeared on the Worship Tech Director website over the last few months, as part of a special edition, first made available to InfoComm 2017 attendees.