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All too often we talk about great things, but then drop the ball when it comes to implementation. With Easter services upon us, complacency is not an option when telling one of the greatest stories ever told. Read more

Ministry

For all of us, there will come a day when we step away from one role and into another. No matter the circumstances, it will be difficult. But it's important to learn to transition out well, in a way that honors our team, the church, and ourselves. Read more

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If we insist on doing everything ourselves, we don’t allow others to contribute their talents and develop their gifts. In essence, we spiritually strangle our teams instead of empowering them to serve God better. Read more

Ministry

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Church techs are servants on Sundays and many other days of the week--oftentimes in the dark and behind the scenes. So should they all be paid? And what about volunteers who freely donate their time? These three principles can help you decide. Read more

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Don’t fight it. It’s inevitable. Gear will break. Volunteers will quit. The set list will change last-minute. We can’t become such rigid creatures of habit that we refuse to embrace change and learn to bend with the challenges of tech ministry. Read more

Ministry

All of us in church production, even those who are "just" engineers for mix, lighting or broadcast, have a ministerial role to fulfill. And sometimes we have to make a choice between which role comes first--that of tech, or that of minister. Read more

Ministry

In the world of church production, the inevitable month of December is upon us. Read more

Ministry

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As church techs, how many productions, projects, or events have subtly taken the place of God as our object of worship? Examining Deuteronomy 4:25-31 can lend perspective and help us get back on track. Read more

Ministry

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When we discover our own identity as a church and the plan God has for us, we lose the need to mimic other congregations. We learn to brand ourselves authentically. Read more

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As a technical team leader, it's important to focus on what's good about your productions and your team -- and not just on the weak points that need improvement. The idea is to shift a mindset of "if only" to a culture of "what if...." Read more

Ministry

Jesus has the power to heal and restore. Do we live, serve, and lead like we believe this? What risks are you willing to take for your faith? Read more

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A few thoughts about starting off the new year in technology ministry. Read more

Education

With Christmas falling on Sunday this year, it is especially important for us tech folks to be focused on the significance of Christmas Read more

Education

Christ's example of humility should directly impact our service to, and part in the life of the church, His bride. Read more

Education

This devotion begins a series through the second chapter of Paul's letter to the Philippians. Much application can be made from Paul's teachings here on unity and humility for those who serve the church through technology. These devotions should s... Read more

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If our dual goals are to facilitate discipleship in a "difficult" person’s life while leading the ministry in an effective way so as to facilitate discipleship in the life of the church, how should one proceed? Read more

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While we can learn from other churches and touring groups, we should avoid unhealthy comparisons with them. Read more

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