Cut Down On The Noise By Following the Motto: Simplify
By Gary Zandstra · August 4, 2017 • It's been said many times, but bears repeating: "Technology is best when it's transparent."
Team Development: Online Tools Offer Great Ways to Train Your Tech Team
By David Erlandson · June 1, 2017 • The same technology used by schools and teaching websites is easily available and accessible to everyone, and much of it is available for little to no cost.
Volunteer Recruitment: Don’t Go It Alone, Make It A Team Effort
By Dennis Choy · March 30, 2017 • We didn’t sign up to be recruiters or even people developers, but one must recognize that “you will never have enough volunteers and you should always be looking.”
Recruiting Volunteers: Strike While the Iron is Hot
By Mark Hanna · March 13, 2017 • When you are passionate about your work, it’s obvious, it’s attractive and it’s infectious. Let your passion show in how you discuss technology, but more importantly why there is technology in the church.
Elation Proteus Beam Moving Head Set to Empower Creativity
By TD Staff · March 3, 2017 • First in Proteus series of IP-rated arc source fixtures created from extensive R&D work, with the ability to use the fixture when inclement weather occurs.
Volunteer Recruitment: Recruit Young, Train Well, Build Relationships
By Mike Paschal · March 2, 2017 • While much of the focus on the job is to deal with technology, don't forget about the need to minister to others.
Seeking Millennials in Tech Ministry
By Van Metschke · January 17, 2017 • As a tech director, I worked with and mentored many millennials and found them to be amazing people, but they definitely have a different point of view from those in past generations.
9 Values of a Millennial-Friendly Church
By Kathryn Binkley · January 9, 2017 • Understanding what millennials value and assessing how your church lines up with these values are the first steps to becoming a millennial-friendly church.
A View From Beneath the Cracks
By Jason Arcega · August 16, 2016 • With the right app for your church, you can save a ton of money on printing costs, on labor costs doing data input, and avoid embarrassing typos.
The Critical Que$tion: What to Consider When Budgeting For Ministry?
By Greg Stovell · June 8, 2016 • Many churches and departments begin by asking "What can we afford to do?" or "How much money do we have this year?" I believe this is a very dangerous place to start.
Download: Digital Strategy and the Church: What’s Your Next Step?
By TD Staff · May 1, 2016 • Some see digital technology entering the sphere of church as an attempt to be relevant or “cool” in order to reach younger generations. But, when you consider scripture and the biblical call to discipleship, churches going digital is about much more than relevance — it’s obedience to a biblical command.
From No to Yes: How to Get Your Sound System Proposal Approved
By Duke DeJong · March 28, 2016 • Other than a brief recommendation, 'I' should rarely be seen or heard in your proposals. The more personal you make your pitch, the more questions generally get raised.
Nathan Williams: Mixing For the Masses
By Nathan Williams · January 28, 2016 • The technical director at Victory World Church in Atlanta writes about the need to listen to various styles of music to help in mixing tracks that you may not normally listen to or mix for.
5 Steps to Move Your Video System to High Def
By Ryan A. Geesaman · December 2, 2015 • Moving toward high def video equipment doesn't have to be seen as a daunting task -- especially if one looks at the available products on the market and doesn't allow oneself to get overwhelmed by so many choices -- instead focusing on strategic purchasing to meet the goals intended for such upgrades.
Hosa Technology Introduces High Speed HDMI Cables
By Robert Archer · September 11, 2013 • Adding to its line of connectivity solutions, Hosa Technology has announced its High Speed Micro HDMI cables.
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