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What if I told you that a strategic plan could be a powerful catalyst in getting you the resources you want? Or that it could create alignment in your team? Best of all, what if there was a simple method that would get you there fast? Here's how. Read more

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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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Are you a church tech change-agent or a serial idea killer? Here are three ways to prevent insecurities or a strong bent toward logic from holding you back in the exploration of new ideas for your church's ministry and vision. 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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What makes a volunteer walk away from a church tech team? Here are four reasons why techs leave, and what you can do--preemptively--to make them want to stay. Read more

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To change and grow spiritually, personally and professionally takes fortitude in four distinct areas. A church tech leader and CPM contributor sheds light on them. Read more

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As a tech director, you've probably learned that it takes a different skill set to effectively lead and motivate your creative teams. But are you intentional about honing those skills? Here are 10 actions you can take to become an even better leader. Read more

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Jesus has the power to heal and restore. Do we live, serve and lead like we believe this? How will your team answer the three questions this write up poses? Read more

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“Tech ministry” should be more about the second word than the first. Because we're called to be what Paul describes in Romans as “ministers of the gospel," and that starts well before we even touch a piece of gear. 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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No matter how fantastic your church's teaching, a number of attendees will connect with your services based on the music. These tips can help pastors, worship leaders and tech directors work hand-in-hand toward a unified goal of bringing people back. 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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To successfully lead or serve on a church tech team, enduring flexibility will be required. Because no matter how hard we plan and practice, mistakes will happen. 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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If we want to lead our teams better--and gain more influence across the ministry--we must improve our ability to listen. Here are three key ways to accomplish that and to help our teams grow in the process. 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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Whether you're leading a tech team or serving on one, there will be mistakes--they go with the territory of live-production. But the good news is, they don't have to define your church service or your team. Instead, they can be opportunities. Read more

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