You can sound polished on stage, but what really makes the biggest impact on a church is your team’s health.
Even the most passionate creatives can grow weary every once in a while. The tasks that you once loved at church start to feel burdensome. If you’re having these feelings, don’t worry. You can sharpen your creativity and get your edge back by picking up some new habits this year.
One of the biggest challenges with a live stream mix is that it is not loud enough. You’ve likely dealt with this problem, so let’s solve it once and for all.
For years, the key to growth for many churches and other organizations has been to create great content. The question, of course, is why? And, what can you do about it?
PODCAST: When the pandemic started, all we heard about was new restrictions and what we couldn’t do. Chris Bell was immediately challenged to focus on what the church CAN do each day. Listen in as Chris shares ways that churches can apply this as we minister locally, regionally and globally…
While predicting future trends is never a precise effort, we do see enough data points to suggest these twelve trends are potentially powerful movements that will affect congregations, some for better and some for worse.
It is time for a major disruption in the worship paradigm of the church. 2020 set the stage, and we’re ready for a change.
There’s all kinds of strategies out there for improving your live stream mix. Most require you to use a different mixer for your live stream and set up a control room. This works well, but it’s not a viable solution for a lot of churches.
2020 has without a doubt, been one of the most challenging years for ministry. If your ministry is like mine, our Sunday morning crowd looks very different since we came back. In the following article, there are four groups of families who are a part of the changes.
As we prepare to enter a new year, many of us will resolve to engage with scripture more. The most obvious way to do this is with a daily Bible reading habit. That’s an excellent place to begin. There are several other ways to stay focused on the Bible throughout…
Just when you thought the world couldn’t get any more turbulent or surprising, the opening moments of 2021 will still have everyone trying to catch their breath.
Those who lead and plan corporate worship each week are entering 2021 with mixed emotions of both hope and apprehension. Most of their churches are offering a hybrid approach of both gathered and virtual services that will continue well into the new year and beyond.
If there’s one thing for certain in church technology, it’s that the electronic equipment that helps us share the Good News will need to be repaired, replaced, or upgraded at some point. While it is easy to set tech goals for some of the bigger projects, it is equally important…
Having been through a year like no other, what can you expect as a church leader in 2021?
As the world dealt with a global pandemic, and the U.S. suffered increased division over racial tension and a polarized election year, Barna continued conducting surveys—including tens of thousands of interviews—to study the intersection of faith and culture in our nation.