Team Development: What Matters Most Is People
By Andy Needham · May 23, 2017 • Excellence can be admired and observed. For our congregation, they can be wowed, but not changed. Engagement is a much better goal.
Worship Facilities Magazine, March-April 2017
By TD Staff · May 18, 2017 • The March-April 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine includes articles pertaining to trends in youth and children's spaces, and a profile on a Colorado Christian high school that built a state-of-the-art performance venue.
WFX REACH 2017 Helps Churches ‘Reach’ Next Steps
By Alison Istnick · May 18, 2017 • Role-focused tracks included Tech Arts, Buildings and Design, Communications, Worship and – new to this year’s conference – Cross Functional sessions.
Ultimate Vertical Velocity: Navigating Growing Pains Vital to Development
By Gregory Kayne · May 17, 2017 • It’s that moment of lost momentum that no amount of team building exercises, training events or movie nights can avoid.
Team Development: Avoid Seeing Your Boss, the Pastor, as an Enemy
By Eric Bramlett · May 16, 2017 • Pay attention to details and make sure you don’t fall prey to some typical human instincts when things 'don’t go your way.'
5 Important Team Building Strategies in Church Tech
By Van Metschke · May 12, 2017 • One of the best parts of being a tech director in a church is the wide variety of things we do to support the ministry of the church.
Lighting Design: Experiment With Your Space, Don’t Simply Copy
By Adam Dye · May 11, 2017 • One of the most frustrating yet liberating foundations of design is that much of the best design comes from within the limitations of resources.
Team Development: “What’s My Motivation?”
By Marcus Hammond · May 11, 2017 • Technical ministry is a great venue for people of a certain skillset or 'wiring' to connect at your church. So often, though, tech teams can indirectly adopt a clique mentality.
Team Development: Help Team To Grow, Move Ministry Forward
By Brian Wilson · May 10, 2017 • Lack of development is what keeps many churches 'stuck' technically and understaffed, so make sure to invest in people, which will pay dividends down the road.
Values and Plumblines: Keys to Creating a Healthy Culture
By Dennis Choy · May 1, 2017 • When dealing with mistakes during a worship service, a key is to avoid doing the same mistake repeatedly, and learning from them.
Sound System Engineering: Monitors Still Need the Audio Tech
By Grant Norsworthy · April 28, 2017 • The obvious, open warfare of speaker wedge volume has shifted to be guerrilla warfare, and the audio engineer still has an imperative role to play.
Video Cameras Guide: Don’t Miss Out On Upgrades
By TD Staff · April 26, 2017 • Advanced camera features are being packaged into user-friendly prosumer systems all the time — new HD and 4K cameras with auto-zoom and auto-focus capabilities.
Avoid the Pitfalls of Rushing, Even On Simple Projects
By Tom Noble · April 25, 2017 • It is so easy to get yourself so deep in the design, that you miss parts that are really painfully obvious to others.
Day 1 at NAB Begins With Future Prospects Discussion
By Andres Caamano · April 25, 2017 • Looking to the successes of Netflix, Facebook, Amazon and Google, many of the lessons of the last few years will continue to apply pertaining to technology trends.
Spiritual Health: I Can’t Keep Doing This…
By Michael Scott · April 24, 2017 • Are there times where you are not energized by the amazing work of the Holy Spirit? Do you ever feel this way?
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, March-April 2017
The March-April 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine includes articles pertaining to trends in youth and children's spaces, and a profile on a Colorado Christian high school that built a state-of-the-art performance venue.