People wonder why their livestream mix doesn’t sound like the mix in the room. It’s because your mix needs are different. Here are the five areas to consider.
It really matters how you approach planning a service. If you think about songs alone, you could easily plan a service that starts and stops without any obvious connection.
Police Charge Hillsong Founder of Concealing Information About Sexual Crimes Committed by His Father
Brian Houston, the founder and global pastor for Hillsong church, has recently been charged by police for allegedly concealing information regarding sexual crimes against children committed by his father several decades ago.
Here is a Q&A with the renowned worship leader, singer-songwriter and author.
Here are some insights about church online, why it can be relational, how to grow your digital team, and what metrics to watch and which to ignore.
Not all losses in attendance are bad. Thom Rainer has heard from church leaders several ways the decline can be healthy for the church. Here are the five most common reasons:
Would you love to see looping Bible verse art content slides for pre-service or post-service times at church on your big screens on Sunday? Church Tech Today’s tool of the week is Faithlife Bible Screen.
VIDEO: Getting great sound in an untreated gymnasium is nearly impossible. So, why do we put the loudest instrument behind a highly reflective shield?
Live streaming is a powerful tool for digital discipleship, yet many churches are making common live stream mistakes without even knowing. Let’s walk through the most common mistakes—and what to do about them—so you can make sure your live stream is taking every opportunity to draw people closer.
The gear doesn’t matter, right? It’s a bit of cliché but that’s for good reason. We can end up using lack of gear as an excuse either for not creating something or explaining away someone else’s success. – Maybe you don’t need an expensive camera to make a good video.
Let’s take a look at some of the reasons why pastors use bumper videos, and how they can enhance your worship service.
For many churches, the quarantine was a time for introspection and evaluation. Join in as Thom S. Rainer covers some key things that churches changed during COVID.
Introducing new songs can kill worship. Here are nine ways to help your congregation become familiar with and sing the new songs you introduce to them
Whatever your role in the church family, the worship team can be a vital part of your Sunday morning gathering.
Are you still publishing a church newsletter? Or has it become too labor-intensive and expensive? In this article, we’ll cover some clever church newsletter alternatives that you’ll be able to start using as soon as today.