Blogs & Opinion

Gary Zandstra · May 25, 2017
Five key points are involved when a church is ready to embark on a building program.

Jim Kumorek · May 23, 2017
The starting point should always be, what does “a compelling worship environment” mean for each individual church? It’s not going to be the same for every church.

Mark MacDonald · May 23, 2017
Having worked in church communications for years, I realize that success for the role of communications is contingent on four traits that must be present in the leader.

By Phil Cooke · May 18, 2017
The employees are the ones that make an organization work, so learning as much as we can about them is critical – and I’m often surprised at how little pastors and other leaders actually know about the personal side of their team.

By Van Metschke · May 16, 2017
Make no mistake, tech arts in church is a people business. And that is a good thing.

Mark MacDonald · May 16, 2017
Pastors may love Bible study, love God, and love sharing what God’s teaching them, but a lot don’t have good communication skills.

Mark MacDonald · May 09, 2017
While getting inspiration from other churches is not seen as a problem, there are considerations that need to be carefully thought over before re-using creative content from other houses of worship

Jim Kumorek · May 08, 2017
Churches are understandably looking to get the best return for the investment when purchasing equipment for their Sanctuary. To choose wisely one should understand what LED features are needed for reliable use over the long haul.

By Dennis Choy · May 05, 2017
Often, it’s not that we are unwilling to recruit more – we just have so much going in ministry that when the slots are full, we stop recruiting and focus on other things.

Mark MacDonald · May 04, 2017
We live in a world of second-screen viewing. As a result gaining and sustaining an audience's attention has become a formidable challenge. Here are methods you can employ to keep the focus on you.

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