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Those serving in ministry can often feel unappreciated. But if we allow hurt and bitterness to take root, it becomes almost impossible to see circumstances in a healthy way. more

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Trust me, I am an introvert. I actually thought that serving in the tech booth would keep me from having to open up. more

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Instead of keeping a record of complaints, what if we started keeping a record of the things that we are grateful for? more

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Paul says, “I have learned the secret of being content in any and every situation…” Have you? Understanding the "Amen Life" and putting it into practice is the key to relieving stress and living a life that God intended. more

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Conflict that goes unresolved for any length of time can turn into bitterness and anger. These situations are not healthy for any organization, especially a church. more

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How do you respond when people make mistakes or don’t follow through on their commitments? Do you ever find yourself sounding frustrated or harsh? Here's how to lead with humility, gentleness and patience. more

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Most of us assume a worship leader is someone who leads the music. Romans 12:1 suggests otherwise. more

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God doesn’t wait until we’re polished and refined before He uses us for His work; He uses us just as we are—the whole ball of wax. more

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I can assure you that if I took my wife to a baseball game for her birthday, it’s not going to go over as well as if she took me. more

Ministry

Think of the last time you said something that 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. more

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Planting the seeds of a healthy church tech team starts with quiet time and a focus in on what’s important. It’s not the gear or the “wow” factor. It’s the people we serve with and the people attending. more

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Pleasing God was Paul’s primary mission. In Galatians, he says he would not be a servant of Christ if he were just trying to please people. How about you? more

Ministry

Many of us feel perfectly comfortable with technical nature of our job, but way over our head on the ministry side. Here are three steps toward overcoming those doubts. more

Ministry

Here’s a biblical guide to dealing with any mid-service tech fail, and how to negotiate its aftermath. more

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Do you have a healthy church tech team? Is the team growing? Are you supportive of one another? Here are some tips to help promote unity and growth. more

Ministry

You may feel scattered after hours upon hours on a set design or a new system install. Or maybe it’s just the amount of stress you’re shouldering over weekend services that’s taking its toll. But take heart—we’ve all been there, and God didn’t int... more

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Church techs need to think of themselves as customer-service employees first, and tech workers second. more

Ministry

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. 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 success. 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. more

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