Posts Tagged volunteers

5 Ways to Develop Young Leaders

My friend Kim Porter wrote a very powerful article on Wednesday on the topic of leadership and the times ‘when you don’t know it all’ as a leader. And she’s right, you don’t have to know everything about a certain topic in order to lead – as she put it,... read more

The Ark Encounter with Mark Looy

When leading our volunteer teams, its fun to let our volunteers know about things that will strengthen and grow their faith. Whether that be devotionals, bible studies, events, or even attractions. This year at the National Religious Broadcaster’s convention, I was introduced to a new exhibit being built by Answers... read more

This Calls for a Celebration

Most of us reading this article have recently celebrated our church’s Easter service! Congratulations! I’m sure what you all created was a wonderful time of celebrating Jesus and telling the world about Him. Of course we all know that Easter isn’t the end. Sunday is coming. Sunday is always coming!... read more

If You Only Focus on One Thing in 2016…

Full disclosure: I’m more of a pastor than a techie. Don’t get me wrong – I love all aspects of using media to create experiences where people grow closer to Jesus. I love computers, cameras, lighting, audio, sets, switchers, and other production gear. But my passion is people. So I’m... read more

Slow Down

I used to believe that driving faster would help me save fuel (I was just starting to drive at this time). Later, I believed the slower I drove the better my mileage would be. As research has shown- right around 55 mph is the optimum speed to get the best... read more