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Chronic inconsistency is a product of our busy, complicated world. It's not the lack of great results but the inability to repeatedly provide those results. Excellence, therefore, is found in religious consistency. Read more

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It's good to have a healthy, honest opinion of yourself. The problem occurs when you deny your shortcomings, your failings, and you view yourself as better than others. Read more

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Whatever is your job...mixing, directing, preaching, we are all different parts of the same body. But do we even act like we’re on the same team? Read more

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I wanted out. No one would have ever known what was going on inside me because I didn't express it outwardly. Like many techies, I rarely do. Read more

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The dictionary defines patience as: The capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or suffering without getting angry or upset. Ephesians 4 takes it a step further. Read more

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When we change how we look at our tech team, we can help our church be more effective. Here's how to focus, not just on the tasks but also on the people performing the tasks. Read more

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Church production should no longer be about the gear, the process or the presentation excellence. We need to feed sheep. Read more

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Regardless of your political beliefs, your race or where you stand on social issues, there is one thing that all churches should be able to agree on. God is love and he has called us to love one another. Read more

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Think of the last time you said something you wish you hadn’t. James and Paul tell us it has no place in the church. It doesn't matter if it’s in the tech booth or the pulpit. Read more

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It’s human nature that where opinions are strong, conflict is often close behind. However, how we treat each other when we have disagreements is one of the surest ways we can demonstrate what it means to be Christ followers. Read more

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Delegating can be scary. But if you’re the one doing everything, you keep other people from having the opportunity to try something new and experience their own successes. Read more

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You have a lot to accomplish and little time to do it, if you're on a church tech team. Remember to draw on your team's strongest player right up front--Jesus. Read more

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It's time to see prayer differently. Do not let your prayer time be limited to a time or a place. Prayer is the most powerful connection God gives us. Read more

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As a church TD or volunteer, your time is naturally stretched thin. So you want your daily doings to be worthy pursuits. These tips can help you implement God-honoring habits that actually stick--and make a true difference. Read more

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I don’t allow anyone on my tech team to say, “I am only.” I am only a camera person, or I only put up the song lyrics. Each one of us plays a role in reaching our community and beyond. We are here for such a time as this. Read more

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Are you making decisions based on a preference to stay in the background? Getting out of our comfort zones is always rewarding, though rarely easy. I know this from personal experience. Read more

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If a job well done means the technology works seamlessly with no distractions, why do we get so frustrated when our efforts aren’t acknowledged? Read more

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When you work in tech ministry, it can be difficult to worship around all the busyness of production. Yet prayer in total devotion requires our complete presence and engagement. Read more

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The job you perform is just a temporary one. It should be viewed as a stage in the growing process that God has designed for you. Read more

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Martha seems to have done what most tech directors would do, she got busy making everything perfect. She was cooking, cleaning, adjusting the lighting and making things just right. Read more

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