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Small Church—You Have All You Need

The sheer volume and power of 240 voices and 40 instruments thrilled my soul as I led them in worship to an auditorium of several thousand people. I couldn’t imagine anything more exhilarating. Now, fast forward several years and I am no longer a music pastor at a mega church,... read more

10 PRO PRESENTER 7 TIPS & TRICKS

I want to share 10 ProPresenter 7 tips and tricks that will help you and your church. These tips will help you lead well in your ministry, allow your team to be setup for success, and help you work quickly and efficiently in your workflow. Some of these tips are... read more

Podcasting 101

So you’re thinking about doing a podcast, huh? It makes sense. Over the past few years, the podcast medium has exploded with growth and popularity. In the busy world we live in, podcasts are great for long commutes, trips to the gym, or even running errands around town. Your church... read more

We Don’t Need You

People don’t respond to “need.” They respond to vision. I’ve been guilty in the past of begging for volunteers. I’ve laid the thick guilt trip on from the stage before. I’ve forced the “Want to Volunteer?” slide on the Announcement loop every Sunday. I’ve seemed down right desperate. There was... read more

Microphones for Mobile Video

There are primarily 3 different types of microphones used to capture audio for video productions. The type of microphone you need will vary depending on your situation. Below is a description of how each microphone can be used and the types of events they are best suited for.   XLR... read more

COVID-19 and Beyond

I want to give you some practical ideas of things you can do from a marketing standpoint during the COVID-19 pandemic, once we’re through it, and into the next crisis. (Oh, it’s coming, it always does.) Let’s get started: 1. It’s not about attendance, it’s about opportunities The church in... read more

Creating Irresistible Environments

So what is an irresistible environment. It is an environment that exceeds expectations. How do we do that? First, we start by understanding that even our environments are an act of worship. We have a responsibility to prepare the canvas and set the atmosphere for every ministry event from sidewalk... read more