Service Planning: Value Comes From Thinking Ahead
By David Erlandson · February 24, 2017 • The expectation is for churches to be creative, original, and fresh 52 out of 52 Sundays a year, along with extra services and events.
Volunteer Recruitment: Challenge Them, Make It Fun, Be Respectful
By Clete Terrell · February 23, 2017 • If I only asked my volunteers to show up, do a challenging task and be on their way, I would have burnt out volunteers in a matter of weeks.
Church Communications: Social Media Tips For Churches
By Taylor Shanton · February 17, 2017 • The true key to a successful, growing, and engaging social media platform is the constant desire to adapt.
2017 REACH Conference: Inspiration and Training for Church Teams
By TD Staff · February 15, 2017 • The REACH Conference is held in a church setting and features national and regional experts delivering education and training in the areas that are critical to a church’s ability to grow.
Worship Facilities Magazine, January-February 2017
By TD Staff · February 13, 2017 • The January-February 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine includes articles pertaining to how to best do video announcements, and exploring digital giving options.
Easter Production: Plan and Communicate Well
By Steven Hall · February 13, 2017 • Look to communicate early and often, so that it is a team effort and everyone is responsible for communicating, if something is unclear.
Church Communications: In Need of Help, Don’t Plan to Coerce, Coax or Trap
By Luke Ward · February 13, 2017 • You can get through to more people and with stronger, more thorough engagement by encouraging your members, audience or user base to share, more than you ever could by paying for clicks.
Easter Production: Create ‘Wow’ Moments and Build on Them
By Stephen Brewster · February 8, 2017 • With Easter being just a few weeks away, what has been learned and refined over the past year to work toward creating 'wow' experiences?
5 Reasons To Consider Upgrading to Laser Projectors
By Duke DeJong · February 6, 2017 • In a production environment, sealed optics that laser projectors provide, create better images over longer periods of time.
Curtail Resurrection Stress, By Getting In Touch With The Story
By Greg Stovell · February 3, 2017 • As Easter approaches, I intend to take some very specific steps to get in touch with the resurrection story in its most basic state.
15-Inch Subwoofers: The Best Compromise on Size, Power
By Andres Caamano · February 2, 2017 • Woofer cones of this size offer a solid middle ground for churches seeking a mix of solid bass and subwoofer units that don't run too large, particularly for portable churches needing quick setup and tear down.
The Benefits of Laser Projection for Houses of Worship
By Marcus Hammond · February 2, 2017 • When accounting for use over time, laser projectors offer an excellent return on investment, or ROI, over traditionally lamped projectors.
Filmmaking: Preproduction - Save Time, Money and Sanity
By Jim Sippel · February 1, 2017 • Every hour spent in preproduction can end up saving one around two hours in production and three hours in post production time.
Using Linux to Power Your Church’s Media Servers
By Todd Heft · January 30, 2017 • Linux, as a free, open source operating system, offers a number of software options, along with stability, which are two key values for a church tech team.
Filmmaking: After Time Spent Interviewing, Editing, Remember Story Is King
By Nathan VonMinden · January 27, 2017 • When I started putting my energy into how to tell the best stories, I was able to see some dramatic results in my preparation, conducting of interviews and editing.
Latest ResourceLine Arrays: The Cornerstone to the Spoken Word
When deciding on a line array system, it's best to ask to be able to hear each speaker product side by side, to decide which is best for your church's worship space.