Service Planning: Calm Excellence is Achievable
By Tim Ottley · April 9, 2018 • There is no doubt that many elements of service planning need to be thought through and planned weeks in advance, for them to be given time to grow and develop.
Social Media & Churches: Choose Platforms Selectively for Audience
By Jennifer Johnson · March 29, 2018 • Instead of posting to six social media platforms, for example, because they are ‘there,’ use the ones that have the greatest impact.
Set Design: Work to Design With Repetitive Elements
By Steven Hall · March 28, 2018 • One of the beauties of a repetitive set design is that you can create one hundred copies of the same thing. It is much easier to create a single item one hundred times, than to create one hundred items that are individually different.
Getting Started on Streaming: Begin By Building A Strategy
By Tim Dougherty · March 8, 2018 • Before you commence ordering hardware and evaluating services, as a guiding principle, consider taking time to establish a streaming strategy for your deployment.
PixelFLEX Revitalizes Worship Experience at Southside Baptist
By TD Staff · February 19, 2018 • The church's antiquated LCD system was upgraded with high-definition FLEXTour 2.8mm LED video wall, measuring roughly 29-feet wide and 11.5-feet tall.
Language of Light: Using Visuals to Communicate Culture
By Adrian Gates · February 1, 2018 • In modern worship, we can use visual language that draws upon 2,000 years of church history, and generations of culture.
Service Planning: Sermonized Announcements
By Michael Edgar Myers · December 21, 2017 • Even the most Oscar-worthy announcement risks a thumbs down response, no matter how well it’s done. In some circles, the idea of movie announcements in church is as sinful as the organ, drums and guitars have been (or even still are?).
Service Planning Tools That Fit Within Your Church’s Budget
By Kirk Denson · December 6, 2017 • The resources available today have dramatically advanced just about every aspect of worship service planning in recent years.
Spiritual Health: Re-Set the Rudder That Steers the Ship
By Grant Norsworthy · November 21, 2017 • We want the people involved in leading the congregation to worship God through songs to deeply and clearly know that the true worship of God goes beyond our songs and our services.
Space Quickly Transformed for Worship At WFX
By Andres Caamano · October 25, 2017 • With an estimated 1,000 WFX attendees on hand for the worship session, the space had been completely transformed in short order, in large part to the work of AE Global and Mega Systems.
1,273 Days In The Life of Environmental Projection
By Tim Ottley · October 13, 2017 • It takes deliberate effort and well planned and executed content to redirect that production – to become an environment for worship.
Environmental Projection: Take Your Congregation To New Places
By Kevin Penrod · October 12, 2017 • A great solution for churches seeking to bring back some intimacy into their space is the tool of environmental projection.
A Man Must Examine Himself
By Michael Edgar Myers · October 10, 2017 • How does the general public or your own congregation refer to the church where you serve? Is it God’s church? Or Pastor So-and-So’s church?
Planning a Successful Upgrade for 2018
By Todd Heft · October 6, 2017 • Technical upgrades should not detract or distract people from the message, but technology can make things easier, and can mean you require less volunteers or less stress on yourself.
Environmental Projection: The Basics Behind What A Church Needs
By Brent Mann · October 4, 2017 • If you’re looking to implement environmental projection in your church, you are probably going to need to spend around $10,000 to do so, with the goal of doing it well.
Latest ResourceFor Lighting Design, What Software Is The Right Match For Your Needs? (Part 3)
Dig into this final part of a three-part series that looks into choices for lighting design software, including Vectorworks and LightConverse, and how each can best serve the needs of your church.