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A church tech travels to Japan and learns from Panasonic’s company philosophy of meichi, “to know the mission.” Some key takeaways for technical team members: that of joyfully giving our time and energy, and of leading people from suffering to peace. more

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Now that Easter’s in the rearview mirror, what do we do with ourselves? Rejoice, reflect, and beware the strange lull.... more

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Most of us in church technical arts like productions to run a certain way. But don’t let fear become a roadblock to trusting that everything will be fine without you. It's God-honoring to learn to step away and recharge--and to let others step up. more

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An alarming number of church techs struggle with burnout each year. But there are healthy ways to relieve stress, find rest, and refocus on the purpose of your calling. more

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Part-time, full-time, staffer or contractor, what type of talent does your tech team need? A seasoned church production director shares his approach to hiring, and the key character traits he looks for in his chosen candidate. more

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Sometimes the people we mentor are suffering in a silent way, and that gives us an opportunity to shine God’s light at the end of their tunnel. more

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Colorado's multisite Red Rocks Church shares its successful technical team structure, focus, plan and the beauty of storytelling. more

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Dear Pastor, here are three important things we tech team members respectfully need you to know. more

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There are two kinds of growth: deep and wide. As you grow the width of your team (sheer numbers), make sure you are also helping them grow in depth. more

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Now that the stage lights have been dimmed, the music has faded and the people have gone home, take some time to just sit and be quiet. Although you may be tired and weary, come to Jesus. He offers peace and rest. more

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Church Production’s Gift Guide for Church Techs offers 10 ideas for that notoriously hard-to-buy-for someone in your life. more

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We all want more volunteers and bigger teams. But what if the reason our teams aren’t growing is because the environment has become unhealthy and toxic. Here's a hint. Culture killer #1: Dishonor. more

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Technical skills have their place, but their purpose must be found within the nature and ministry goals of the church. more

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Surely God understands that since we attend so many church services we don't really need to read His Word or pray like other people do. Right? more

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Finding new team members is critical for every church tech team. The big question is: What’s the best way to do it? more

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If you're working in a situation with strained relationships, Jesus says in Matthew 5:24, "First go and be reconciled to your brother and then come and present your gift." more

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How would your situation be different if your only responsibility on Sunday morning was to serve your team? more

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Patience and restraint pay off in spades when tech teams push hard to accomplish a goal and egos begin to flare. At these times, humility is never more essential. more

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A three-step program for heart maintenance more

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The way you work with and interact with the people on your team will have effects outside of your team. No church can have unhealthy work relationships without some effect on the greater body. more

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