Ministry Tech Leaders
While it may seem as though subtweeting is a more chartable approach to navigating the world of social media, there are a variety of serious dangers attached to it.
The Behringer X32 the so good it singlehandedly rescued the reputation of the Behringer brand. But is it the best digital mixer for church, or does your church need it, or any digital mixer for that matter?
What seemed safe now seems insecure, and privacy that we took for granted now seems as though it never existed. Call it the social media illusion.
The most important thing to remember about gearing up for mobile church is to focus on the ministry of the church.
With our communities changing before our eyes, all of us are faced with the question of how do we reach and serve those in our society that speak a different language. A translation system for the church is a great way to meet that need.
It doesn’t have to cost you 25 grand or more to put together a mobile church setup. (That is what one company was charging for their smallest system.) It just takes knowing what equipment you need and where to get it.
These tips make sure that the best speakers for. church are in the perfect spot every time.
Sometimes technology gets in the way. I once tried a retro version of communication: a flannelgraph. It worked.
I’m sure you’ve experienced a terrible church giving page that left you wondering if the organization even wants your money. Let’s avoid that.
No matter what budget your church has, here's what you NEED to have.
Any musician or church praise band looking to sound their best on stage will want to consider an Audio-Technica microphone, with the AT2021 being one of the top contenders in their lineup.
As children and family ministry leaders, it's important that we provide parents with tools they can use to guide their Gen Z children in the digital world they are growing up in.
Post-COVID, in a society that has radically and irreversibly changed, maybe it's time to rethink small groups and small group leaders. Here's what you need to know.
I believe God will use this season to develop in us a healthy longing for online weekly worship gatherings, a longing to participate with one another, to encourage one another.
Traditional prayer is the place we bump into the silence of God. Facebook prayers are how, together, we fill the void apart from the still small voice of the Spirit.
What will the church, specifically in North America, look like in 10 years? Future church prediction is risky business.
Mixing is mixing, right? Well, no. For anyone who runs sound on Sunday mornings, front of house mixing of live sound presents special challenges.
Believe it or not, you can create easy, dynamic sermon videos with auto-follow and auto-zoom for a reasonable cost.
Automatically film, record, share your services or sermons live — and spread God's Word more easily — with PIXIO/PIXEM.
It takes more than good intentions to accelerate church growth and effectively engage guests in a way that helps them move toward becoming a fully-engaged member.
Sexual abuse survivors and church leaders inside and outside the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) are reacting with grief and shock to a Tuesday decision from the SBC Executive Committee.
"It's not about becoming like Julia Child," says Ann Voskamp. "Hospitality is about welcoming in the marginalized as the next child of God."