Leadership

Mark MacDonald · November 21, 2017
Here are 5 ways that a church, a Pastor, a ministry leader, or a believer can effectively communicate thankfulness to the body of believers around us.

Martin Sinderman · November 19, 2017
Who are the first people a visitor is going to meet at your church? If you’re lucky, it will be someone selected and trained to be a part of your well-organized Guest Services Team.

Deborah Ike · November 16, 2017
Want to develop team members who aren't simply performing tasks, but who are evaluating what's going on and offering new ideas and solutions to current issues?

Mark MacDonald · November 13, 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 Brad Durea · November 03, 2017
Volunteers and consoles. Critical listening to console features make an audio console operator arguably one of the most challenging positions in live production.

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.

By Michael Scott · October 12, 2017
To adequately prepare for the upgrade process, there are three key areas that you must invest your thought in: timing, communication, and research.

By Debbie Keough · October 12, 2017
Being able to work toward nailing each area every week will bring your team closer to achieving smooth services each and every week.

Andres Caamano · October 10, 2017
One of the most common words that came up repeatedly during the workshop from each of the panelists was the element of relationships.

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?