WFX REACH in Raleigh, N.C., San Antonio: Affordable Quality Education
By TD Staff · March 4, 2016 • Both sites to offer sessions in four educational tracks: Buildings, Communications and Media, The Evolving Role of Tech Directors, and Tech Teams.
Stephen Brewster: Work to Develop An Uncommon Team
By Stephen Brewster · March 3, 2016 • Great leaders understand that for a team to become uncommon, they have to be able to navigate expectations.
For Church Techs and Creative Leaders, WTD Wants To Hear From You In Job Survey
By Andres Caamano · March 2, 2016 • Worship Tech Director, part of the WFX Network, seeks in this “call for participation” your participation in WTD's first comprehensive study and survey of worship tech leadership roles and job satisfaction.
For All Our Skills in Church Tech, Teaching Others Integral
By Justin Firesheets · March 2, 2016 • We are expected to take all of the knowledge we have and pour that into someone else.
Duke DeJong: No ‘I’ in Team!
By Duke DeJong · February 26, 2016 • If you're tired of fighting the good fight alone, can I challenge you to take a good look at how you serve and begin intentionally making room for other people in your world?
Worship Service Planning – Whose Side Are You On?
By Michael Scott · February 25, 2016 • The service planning process from conception to post-service evaluation presents many opportunities for technical staff to strongly support the desires and ideas of leadership.
Five Ways to Strengthen Your Media Ministry
By Daniel Beard · February 24, 2016 • God has blessed us with talented people who are not only skilled, but also have a servant’s heart.
Duke DeJong: Why I Stopped Recruiting
By Duke DeJong · February 24, 2016 • Take every opportunity you can to show your team how what they do impacts people. It’s what fuels us all to do more.
Embrace Team Development, Empower Others to Eventually ‘Replace Yourself’
By Marcus Hammond · February 18, 2016 • The world of a TD can be an island of anxiety and frustration, but I also believe it can be incredibly rewarding.
Duke DeJong: Lights Out! Be Prepared When Stuff Happens
By Duke DeJong · February 15, 2016 • If the lights can go out in the middle of a Super Bowl, it's best that you lay out a Plan B to avoid being overwhelmed by problems that can crop up during service.
Management Meets Ministry
By TD Staff · February 12, 2016 • Contrary to the secular world of business, excellent employee development in the church realm may result in employees leaving to go and develop others, otherwise known as discipleship.
David Bonilla: Investing Time in Relationships Key to Developing Your Team
By David Bonilla · February 10, 2016 • All this takes is an investment in people, but in the long run, it will be crucial to the future of your team’s development.
A Paradigm Shift in Organizational Leadership: 4 Keys to Development
By Benjamin Stewart · February 5, 2016 • Traditional approaches to employee retention no longer lead to management success. How and why church leaders can grow their programs by putting people first.
6 Essential Priorities to Empower Tech Leaders
By David Erlandon · February 2, 2016 • With so many production responsibilities, how can technology directors get it all done without working 60 hours or more each week?
Duke DeJong: Don’t Be a Hero
By Duke DeJong · February 1, 2016 • Your church and the people you serve need you to pull off great things, but more importantly they need you and your leadership for the long haul.
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.