Blogs & Opinion

Mark MacDonald · October 19, 2017
Plan now and you’ll be surprised how many creative opportunities will arise out of the additional time that’s allowed.

WFM Staff · October 19, 2017
What began as asbestos removal became a full audio renovation that has given the church's worship sound a warmer feel and more impact.

By David Leuschner · October 18, 2017
Don't forget these important items to check off your list before hiring, so you can on-board a new staff member who will fit seamlessly in to your unique church culture.

Martin Sinderman · October 16, 2017
Two important elements of securing the people and property of your church are video surveillance and access control.

Mark MacDonald · October 10, 2017
It's important to remember this integral truth: You need to understand the difficult steps, before you get started with any of the steps.

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?

By George Cladis · October 05, 2017
A perspective on important considerations when selecting a building project partner.

Jim Kumorek · October 05, 2017
You’ve properly maintained it, cleaning the filters regularly, changing the lamps before they degrade to the point of exploding — or, perhaps not? Either way, at some point it’s worth considering replacing rather than maintaining that aging projector.

Gary Zandstra · October 02, 2017
Generally, a building project is birthed out of growth that is happening in the ministry. However, that excitement can lead to a desire to rush the process and, perhaps, a failure to take necessary time to ensure these three important things are covered.

Deborah Ike · September 28, 2017
The church provides the supplies and instructions, while volunteers provide the elbow grease. Here are a few tips for a successful project day.