Does your church use video? Barry Whitlow gives five reasons it should.
This funny little 'call to action' could be the next step toward increasing engagement.
Kem Meyer: "Metrics matter and it’s about more than numbers."
Creating a short film can be a galvanizing experience for a church or youth group.
Setting a stage is more than just placing gear and placing people. It's about consistency.
Sound quality is critical when the message is as important as the Gospel. Audio expert Chris Huff troubleshoots here.
You're tapped to run slides on Sunday morning. Here's what you need to know.
To tweet in church or not to tweet in church? That is the question.
Veteran tech director, Mike Sessler, examines the difficult relationship between spontaneity and presentation software.
A volunteer tech leader in a small to medium sized church requires two things: you've gotta work fast, and you've gotta work free (or cheap).
Short films are more than just content for your services. They're a cultural vehicle waiting to be driven.
If social media is at the heart of your ministry, some rules of usage may be in order.
Once you get the basics down, you'll get the great sound. Sound vet, Van Metschke, lays the groundwork here.
Getting a good drum mix isn't rocket science; it's experimentation.
It’s not just about changing technology; it’s about how that change impacts behavior.
What to watch out for and how to improve your church videos
What it takes to build a blog resource Web site is all too applicable to what it takes to build anything.
Worship is, first and foremost, a human experience with God.
Being proactive day-to-day is more important than answering when opportunity knocks.
Is congregational interaction a priority? Mobile technology may be the answer.
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