Management Meets Ministry
By TD Staff · February 12, 2016 •
Contrary to the secular world of business, excellent employee development in the church realm may result in employees leaving to go and develop others, otherwise known as discipleship.
10 Mixing Lies You Shouldn’t Tell Yourself
By Chris Huff · February 11, 2016 •
There are the lies that you tell yourself over and over. You don’t learn. You can’t move on. Your work suffers.
Tips for Making Your House of Worship Better Equipped for Emergencies
By TD Staff · February 10, 2016 •
Can an open and welcoming philosophy co-exist with improved security awareness that addresses the different threats that faith leaders must consider?
David Bonilla: Investing time in relationships key to developing your team
By David Bonilla · February 10, 2016 •
All this takes is an investment in people, but in the long run, it will be crucial to the future of your team’s development.
Why Use Video in Church Ministry?
By Jennifer Johnson · February 9, 2016 •
No matter what direction you decide to take with using video in your church, keep in mind how important it is to help nurture relationships in your ministry.
The Value of Planning Ahead for the Tech Team, Worship Team and Pastor
By Kevin Penrod · February 8, 2016 •
It is far easier to change the plan and figure out a way to make some of the elements you already have work, rather than to sit back and wait.
A Paradigm Shift in Organizational Leadership: 4 Keys to Development
By Benjamin Stewart · February 5, 2016 •
Traditional approaches to employee retention no longer lead to management success. How and why church leaders can grow their programs by putting people first.
Better Than Broadway: Six Service Planning Tips
By Luke McElroy · February 4, 2016 •
Have your services become too cut and dry, trying to fill holes because they’ve always been there?
In The Market for a Lighting Console?: 10 Models for Churches to Consider
By Andres Caamano · February 3, 2016 •
While the cost of an inexpensive console might be where one might initially gravitate, it’s best to recognize each unit’s mix of pros and cons.
Interactive SuperBowlFEI.com Shopping Game Worth A Glimpse
By TD Staff · February 3, 2016 •
Americans will spend nearly $15 billion Super Bowl week, with faith driven consumers now having access to transparent scores that offer guidance on which brands they should choose.
6 Essential Priorities to Empower Tech Leaders
By David Erlandon · February 2, 2016 •
With so many production responsibilities, how can technology directors get it all done without working 60 hours or more each week?
Duke DeJong: Don’t Be a Hero
By Duke DeJong · February 1, 2016 •
Your church and the people you serve need you to pull off great things, but more importantly they need you and your leadership for the long haul.
Choosing the Right Audio Console
By Tony Staires · January 28, 2016 •
Granger Community Church's production audio coordinator discusses how an audio console plays a major role in what you do on the weekends, so making a change shouldn’t be taken lightly.
Nathan Williams: Mixing For the Masses
By Nathan Williams · January 28, 2016 •
The technical director at Victory World Church in Atlanta writes about the need to listen to various styles of music to help in mixing tracks that you may not normally listen to or mix for.
Best Practices for Equipment Use: EQ and Compression
By Kirk Denson · January 27, 2016 •
A competent audio technician or engineer must have a firm understanding of how Equalization and Compression affect the audio signal and how to manipulate both.