Facility Management

Timothy J. Fancher · December 12, 2017
Gone are the days of arguing about whether a church needs security. The debates now center on how to create, implement and maintain proper church security.

Martin Sinderman · November 28, 2017
For growing houses of worship a capital budget is a necessity, and forecasting expenditures is a matter of asking the right questions.

Timothy J. Fancher · November 13, 2017
As a nation, we need to heal. As Christians we need to work to be Christ-like in our reactions. For those of us involved in security; we need to get prepared.

Mark MacDonald · November 13, 2017
As we prepare to welcome guests to our church properties, an evaluation of their first point of entry - the parking lot - is worthy of our time and consideration. Here are 4 ways to eliminate common barriers to parking lot etiquette.

By Lauren Campbell · November 12, 2017
Church vandalism and theft is more common than one may think. By protecting the inside and outside of your church, you are putting yourself, as well as your congregation, at ease. Here are 6 security cameras you should know about.

Martin Sinderman · November 12, 2017
Two important elements of securing the people and property of your church are video surveillance and access control.

Timothy J. Fancher · November 08, 2017
If we are called to protect others by spreading the gospel, by sharing the truth and promises of God’s Word, then don't we have the same obligation to protect ourselves, our loved ones, our friends and our brothers and sisters in Christ if there is a threat here on earth?

Colby May · November 06, 2017
Is it possible to use more energy, while at the same time lowering your overall energy cost?

WFM Staff · November 06, 2017
The shift from heating to cooling season is prime time for occupant discomfort. Are you doing your best to keep buildings in an optimal temperature range?

Timothy J. Fancher · November 06, 2017
When pastors and church leaders first begin to consider building a volunteer security team, often they feel overwhelmed. Here are three important concepts to consider when building an in-house security team.