Volunteers

Video Director’s Responsibilities Vast, Complicated
By Nathan Williams · June 1, 2016 • Managing an expensive and complex video system is a valuable skill, but needing to manage and mentor volunteers is often also part of the role.

WFX15: Volunteer Recruitment, Management and Retention
By TD Staff · May 26, 2016 • Session speaker North Coast Church Communications & Production Pastor Dennis Choy discusses how to build a healthy volunteer team.

WFX15: Volunteer Recruitment, Management and Retention
By TD Staff · May 26, 2016 • Session speaker North Coast Church Communications & Production Pastor Dennis Choy discusses how to build a healthy volunteer team, as well to recruit and retain current volunteers that you manage.

Changing Focus - A Culture That Thrives
By Duke DeJong · May 23, 2016 • Churches often create so many programs and/or perceived needs that a staff and volunteers often feel used from week to week.

WFX REACH Raleigh Succeeds in Growing Ministry
By Andres Caamano · May 18, 2016 • Mix of workshops, exhibits and worship offers more than 300 conference attendees a chance to grow together.

Communicating with Volunteers:  Success or Disaster?
By Michael Scott · April 7, 2016 • Whether it's email, texting, or through social media, seek to communicate in a convenient way for the people you shepherd over.

Gregory Kayne: Everyone Wants to Play for a Winning Team
By Gregory Kayne · March 31, 2016 • Volunteer recruiting requires one to be bold, different to gain and keep people's attention.

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 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.

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.

The Value of Planning Ahead for the Tech Team, Worship Team and Pastor
By Kevin Penrod · February 8, 2016 • It is far easier to change the plan and figure out a way to make some of the elements you already have work, rather than to sit back and wait.

Latest Resource

Worship Facilities Magazine, September-October 2017
The September-October 2017 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers a glance at a Granger Community Church, and their recent install of a Lawo audio mixing console system.

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