In our next webinar, church security expert Simon Osamoh will reveal how to use staff training as well as technology to identify potentially dangerous behaviors of individuals in and around your worship facility to prevent catastrophic events before they occur. The...
Worship Facility Podcast Episode: Facilities Maintenance and Staff Management – Time for a Clean SWEEP
Joe Precup, Director of Operations at DTK Facilities, discusses challenges to facility maintenance needs, whether janitorial or staff management, in an ever-changing and unpredictable economy. During this episode, Joe will outline an acronym that will help your team...
Making Better Presentation Teams
Churches have fully integrated their services with technology such as sound equipment, projectors, televisions, and computers. This has created a culture around how to use this technology within a church service. Whether it's the worship team using PowerPoint so that...
How to Grow Your Church Tech Team
Another frequent question I was asked at CFX in Dallas was “How to grow your church tech team”. Having a church tech team is essential to every church. Unfortunately most churches don't know how to grow their tech team. Let me help guide you on how to build a church...
Getting & Retaining Tech Team Volunteers
Never forget, these amazing volunteers can make you look and sound great every week and you can’t do your job without them.
The Importance of Specialized Safety and Security Training
The Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), in their study of attacks on Houses of Worship, said communication and preparedness are key to preventing attacks at worship facilities, and if they should occur, surviving...
Healthy Venting as a Staff
We’ve all inappropriately handled our emotions at work. We’ve either stifled our feelings when we should’ve shared them, or we’ve spewed emotions when we should’ve stayed silent. Below are six best practices that have helped me vent in a constructive manner as an...
The Importance of Consistency in Leadership
Understanding how to be consistent is one of the keys of being a great leader
Just as I am (Part 1) — Why is it So Hard to be Vulnerable in Church?
The piano beckoned, as the choir sang, and the minister seemed to be calling my name personally. The words of the beloved hymn invited me forward, “Just as I am.” My heart melted in the warm embrace of coming forward to give my life to Jesus. The whole...
How to Involve Volunteers with Disabilities in Your Ministry
It may be easier than you think to help get your volunteers with disabilities involved in your church’s ministries.
Why “First Impressions” Matter
Are you being intentional with your hospitality? Do your guests agree?
The Great Resignation of Church Staffing
7 reasons why ministry leaders are considering their career options and how this can help you keep your current staff well cared for
Developing Leaders, Not Followers
There’s a difference between having a team of leaders in your church and a team of followers. What are you developing on your staff?
Church Staff Roles and the Digital Age
Are your staff roles limiting your team from best supporting your church, or do they need refreshed?
Using Feedback for Growth
Feedback doesn’t necessarily mean people hate what you’re doing; it can be a sign they’re passionate about being on mission with you
Trauma-Informed Care Workshop Available Feb. 24
Not only will this benefit your teams and congregation, but it can help you as you navigate through this tough season
Digital Great Commission Ministries Starts Tech Podcast
If you’re on your church’s tech team, this one’s for you
Pastors Can Reset in a Pandemic
The pandemic has been hard on everyone, but especially on pastors. Here are some tips on how to regain some balance.
Supporting Your Administrative Staff
Supporting the staff members who keep things running behind the scenes at your church is vital to the health of your entire team
Reflecting on the Past Year to Make an Impact in the Next
Identifying areas that held you back in the past year can help you move forward in the next