Budgeting

To Do the Job Well, The Right Stuff Is Necessary
By Duke DeJong · September 19, 2016 • Avoid the wrong tools for the job, because your efforts can otherwise prove futile.

Christmas Planning Should Not Be Last Minute
By Mike Edwards. · September 14, 2016 • The actual planning for this upcoming Christmas begins in early September. The key leaders from each ministry meet to lay out a calendar and a budget.

Get Charged Up!
By Duke DeJong · July 8, 2016 • Rechargeable batteries — A good solution for wireless microphones.

When Seeking Success, Don’t Ignore ‘Mundane’ Tech Team Job Duties
By Justin Firesheets · June 30, 2016 • Recognize how the importance of the administrative sides of the job, like regular cleaning of equipment or preventative maintenance, can pay huge dividends over the long haul.

2016 Worship Facilities Expo to Offer Ideas, Expertise, Tools
By TD Staff · June 29, 2016 • The annual expo offers a great opportunity for people involved in church technology to come together and learn from one another.

While Stewarding the Small Things, Don’t Forget to Plan Budget, Maintenance
By Marcus Hammond · June 29, 2016 • When it comes to budgeting and replacement for larger equipment, do you have a long-term plan for success, or do you operate in “emergency mode” every time something breaks down?

Finding the Appropriate Balance For Budgeting, Maintenance
By David Bonilla · June 24, 2016 • Every item within your budget needs to align with what the organization is trying to accomplish, their vision.

WFX15: Maintaining the Life of Your Building, Equipment
By TD Staff · June 23, 2016 • Session speaker Clerke of the Works Timothy O'Malleydiscusses how to assemble a 20-year maintenance and capital budget/plan.

WFX15: Maintaining the Life of Your Building, Equipment
By TD Staff · June 23, 2016 • Session speaker Clerke of the Works Timothy O'Malley for The Episcopal Diocese of Arizona discusses how to assemble a 20-year maintenance and capital budget/plan.

Retro-Commissioning for Churches
By TD Staff · June 23, 2016 • Studies identify improper equipment performance, what needs to be replaced, and strategies behind improving performance.

Practicing Due Diligence in a Church Building Project or AVL Upgrade
By TD Staff · June 20, 2016 • WFX in Louisville from Sept. 21-22 to offer invaluable education under one roof, including track that will focus on large-scale building projects and improvements, along with sanctuary upgrades.

Facilities Maintenance for Growth
By Timothy O'Malley · June 18, 2016 • Look to develop a 20-year maintenance and capital plan that will keep the future of the church facility in top shape for the next generation.

Stewarding Your Vision
By Greg Saffles · June 13, 2016 • For many churches, it’s difficult to even move beyond 'maintenance mode,' let alone plan for the future.

When Is It The Right Time To Upgrade A System?
By Gary Zandstra · June 9, 2016 • A host of key questions to help answer the original...

The Critical Que$tion: What to Consider When Budgeting For Ministry?
By Greg Stovell · June 8, 2016 • Many churches and departments begin by asking "What can we afford to do?" or "How much money do we have this year?" I believe this is a very dangerous place to start.

Latest Resource

Worship Facilities Magazine, November-December 2017
The November-December 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers a review of the 49 New Product Award entries this year, as well as those entries up for Solomon Awards in 2017.


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