Technology serves an important role in just about every church, especially when it comes to audio, video, and lighting (AVL) systems. In this article, James Wasem provides 6 questions to ask every church AV contractor
In this article, David W. Manner provides an excerpt from His new book “Better Sunday’s Begin On Monday”
Posting on social media can be one of the most challenging aspects of church communication – especially for those who are just jumping in. If you’ve felt frustrated or confused, you’re not alone.
In this article, Thom S. Rainer presents six COVID controversies in churches today
What are we currently doing that is producing fruit? What ministries have been effective. Where is spiritual growth happening? Create a list of these ministries and the fruit they have produced over the past year.
Learning keyboard? Here’s a nifty thing that helps beginners learn keyboard keys.
Bad sermon slides speak volumes about your Church.
Selecting a worship leader means more than assessing tech skills, or even music skills.
If you are like me, you are sometimes confused by obscure, out-of-context verses that are used to encourage our singing in a worship service.
Here are the top 100 Christmas worship songs of all time. This list was created to take into consideration well-loved favorites plus new songs released this Christmas season.
Over the last few months, church leaders have expressed that they are struggling in their ministry to younger adult generations. In light of this, Barna president David Kinnaman and Director of Insights Mark Matlock sat down to review what research tells us about these age groups, seeking to offer actionable…
Churches do a lot of “stuff” that doesn’t matter much – except that we’ve always done them that way. Now, we’re being pushed to focus on what matters.
During this season of social distancing and prohibitions on normal choir activity, worship leaders are seeking ways to keep their choirs together and involved in ministry.
Ashley Isaacs talks through her process for creating an online kids church lesson, her budget, her priorities, and gives a few pointers along the way.
In many ways, we are indeed living in difficult and heartbreaking times. We cannot deny the reality of sickness, death, depression, and economic collapse COVID has brought to our world. But, in other ways, this season is a time of incredible opportunity.