Nothing will ever replace the volunteer church choir. Nothing ever can. Choral music itself will never be a thing of the past, but impoverished are the congregations who are forcing their people to experience singing in secular settings.
PODCAST: The Church Tech scene has changed and evolved over the past ten years — what does church tech look like, today?
Lighting, in particular, is about controlling the attention of the audience. Knowing why the lights should do something will help them be better operators and designers, once they learn how to make the lights do that.
Worship is a lifestyle. It’s more than what we do on stage. The steps we take to mature ourselves off stage will affect the way we approach the stage and lead others in experiencing God.
Everyone wants to start mixing ASAP! Tweak the EQ, add the effects, you know, do the cool stuff. Whoa there, cowboy, you need to think about what else needs to be done.
Podcast: Critics are real in the church. And for many pastors, they are incessant.
Innovation comes at a cost. Breakthrough teams need to be comfortable with the uncomfortable.
Build disciples instead of abusing volunteers. Invest in people. Let’s make this the year we don’t just barely squeeze by.
Song choices are always considered musically before they’re filtered theologically.
PraiseCharts has complied a list of the top 100 songs from 2018.
Leaders who pretend nothing needs to change end up being the blacksmith in the era of the automobile, Sears in the age of Amazon, or Kodak in an Instagram culture.
Here are 5 practical ways pastors can set goals in the New Year, with words of wisdom and encouragement from church leadership experts.
Take advantage of this time to reflect on the past year and how your technical ministry can move forward in the coming months.
Be grateful for every day you get to serve people. Nothing in life even begins to match the joy of helping to build a community of people who care for each other.
Calls to Worship, Blessings/Benedictions and Prayers for a New Year’s service.