Where Is Your Worship?

by: Jeff Sandstrom

Everyone who has anything to do with church ministry world will say we hold this truth to be self-evident: Sunday is coming. Ok, Saturday for you Adventists out there. Regardless of your actual day of worship, the fact remains that there is an endless list of details, big and small, that needs addressing every week, and no one knows this more than a church tech team. Sunday is coming. Again. Rinse and repeat.

this Christmas Season 2015 : Greg Holder

by: Bill Swaringim

These next weeks leading up to Christmas will be tough for a lot of our church tech friends around the world. Many of us will be in planning meetings stacked on top of change-of-plan meetings, preparation, rehearsals, cues, surrounded by hours and hours of stress running without hours and hours of sleep. Read More

Greg Holder, Lead Pastor The Crossing Church, St Louis, MO

this Christmas Season 2015 : Whitney George

by: Bill Swaringim

These next weeks leading up to Christmas will be tough for a lot of our church tech friends around the world. Many of us will be in planning meetings stacked on top of change-of-plan meetings, preparation, rehearsals, cues, surrounded by hours and hours of stress running without hours and hours of sleep. Read More

Whitney George, Church on the Move

this Christmas season | Jarrett Stevens

by: Bill Swaringim

These next weeks leading up to Christmas will be tough for a lot of our church tech friends around the world. Many of us will be in planning meetings stacked on top of change-of-plan meetings, preparation, rehearsals, cues, surrounded by hours and hours of stress running without hours and hours of sleep. Read More

Jarrett Stevens, Lead Pastor at Soul City Church in Chicago, IL

Changing My Perspective

by: Chris Crawford

We recently installed a wide-angle security camera above our stage looking out into the seating to help with monitoring and counting attendance. As I came into my office on Monday morning, I found a large-scale print out from the camera’s image on my desk. It was an empty room, no special lights on, just work light throughout the room.

Why do you serve?

by: Joanne Botten

Christmas is merely weeks away. We spend months planning and preparing. Our artists constantly rehearse. Our production team pours their energy and knowledge into using the coolest technology around. But, what does it stand for? Why do we make such an effort? Why do we say goodbye to our families in early December and stumble home exhausted on Christmas Eve?