Case Study

By Matt Knisely · February 16, 2017
There are arguably three top players in the realm of editing software. Who is right for your church's video projects? Will you choose Apple, Avid or Adobe? Decisions, decisions.

By Cathy Hutchison · February 07, 2017
A fresh approach in design succeeds in expanding this timeless church ministry with modern elements and a more welcoming contemporary feel.

Jim Kumorek · February 03, 2017
Whether it’s pews, theater seating, in-the-round, or removable, seating style sets the tone for your services.

Andres Caamano · February 02, 2017
A Colorado church does a budget-minded, and extensive, update of its video capabilities while retaining an all-volunteer work base

Deborah Ike · January 24, 2017
While passing the offering plate is certainly still a viable option, you could be missing out on donations if you aren’t providing online options for your congregation.

By Andres Caamano · January 19, 2017
In some smaller worship venues, a short-throw projector could be the only option. The WXGA is a great, cost-effective choice.

M Wagner · January 17, 2017
Windows can serve a variety of purposes in churches. What purpose do yours serve?

By Greg Stovell · January 03, 2017
How a thousand mile mourner can recieve gifts of pastoral care through online streaming

By Zach Winn · December 27, 2016
What started out as a crazy idea to build a replica of Noah’s Ark turned into a titanic operation and a much needed opportunity for a small town.

Deborah Ike · December 15, 2016
Once the Christmas services are over and the decorations are put back into storage, it’s time to prepare for a new year.

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