The Easter Stage: A Cross Pollination of Design Ideas
By Gregory Kayne · March 16, 2018 • With some creative planning and forethought, these times don’t need to be stressful, if we keep looking far enough down the road. Many of us with budget and time restraints may just need to design our stages in, well, phases.
Role of an Audio Director: Plan Both to Succeed and Fail
By Debbie Keough · March 1, 2018 • It may seem obvious to anyone that works in production that planning well out in advance is crucial. However, the hardest thing to plan for could just be winging it.
A Guide into PTZ Cameras and How They Can Work for Churches
By David Leuschner · January 30, 2018 • Read this three-part series about PTZ camera technology, and how it can best be utilized by your church, blended with live production cameras, and which manufacturers stand out.
Team Development: Asking Yourself, ‘Who Owns It?’
By Marcus Hammond · January 16, 2018 • Trust is as much about anticipating success as it is about accepting failure, as long as something is learned in the process.
Team Development: The Afterburner – Mission Accomplished
By Stefan Svard · December 19, 2017 • If the clear understanding is that operating in afterburner mode all the time will burn up all the fuel – it is not an efficient way to do things. It is there for when you really need that quick boost to escape harm, with the expectation that one eventually return to normal operating mode.
Are You Ready to Livestream Your Worship Services?
By Ryan Brenneman · December 14, 2017 • No matter what choice you are looking at, start with laying out your end goal. With so many options coming out, livestreaming is quickly becoming a consideration.
Ensure Your Current Team Is As Healthy As Possible
By Justin Firesheets · October 16, 2017 • Before one starts assigning roles and tasks, take the time to invest individually in each member of one's team, to determine their respective strengths and weaknesses.
1,273 Days In The Life of Environmental Projection
By Tim Ottley · October 13, 2017 • It takes deliberate effort and well planned and executed content to redirect that production – to become an environment for worship.
FOR-A to Demo Video Production Solutions at WFX Conference & Expo
By TD Staff · September 26, 2017 • The company will showcase its HVS-490 and HVS-100 video switchers at the show in Dallas, which will be held from October 10-12.
Environmental, Lyrics Projection Among Featured Upgrades At Arkansas Church
By Andres Caamano · September 21, 2017 • In just nine months, Living Faith Church underwent five phases of install upgrades, with the final two phases featuring six Hitachi projectors, four JVC cameras, two Matrox TripleHead2Go modules, a Kramer presentations switcher/scaler, and a pair of Apple iMacs.
Streaming Video Switchers a Solid Option for Many Churches
By Mark Hanna · September 11, 2017 • No matter how you do it, today there very few excuses for a church to not have streaming content in one form or fashion.
Team Development: Continue to Develop Your Craft, Focus on What’s Important
By Nathan VonMinden · August 2, 2017 • When seeking for ways to help grow your team, be aware of certain "what not to do" pitfalls, beginning with expecting your team members to work on improving in their craft on their own.
Volunteers and Consoles: Learning Should Never Be Rushed
By Tony Staires · July 26, 2017 • By beginning your audio training at the stage, your volunteers will not only start to learn the equipment, but they will pick up on vital production lingo.
Team Development: Dreamers, Thinkers Need Each Other
By Eric Bramlett · July 24, 2017 • The creative team needs time, energy and attention paid to both dreamers and thinkers, whereby projects often end up not having enough time devoted to both sides, and conflict that could be avoided arises.
The Cult of Personality: Saving Your Team from Yourself
By Adrian Gates · July 19, 2017 • While we are leading a team, it’s tempting to think we’ll always be leading it, but the truth is someday the Lord will move us on to the next assignment. On that day, we leave something behind. Will it be a legacy that can be built upon?
Latest ResourceWorship Facilities Magazine, January-February 2018
The January-February 2018 issue of Worship Facilities Magazine offers articles about the many steps a church had to take in the aftermath of a fire, and another involving a church making the jump to 4K.