Generation Z

3 Changes You Need to Make to Communicate with Generation Z

By Jonathan Malm  |  August 25, 2016

Generation Z-ers use Snapchat like it's oxygen, and most of them hate the concept of Facebook. How's a church to market to people like them?
5 Ways to Prepare for Failure

5 Ways to Prepare for Failure

By Duke DeJong  |  August 24, 2016

We all like to pretend things can go perfectly in the tech world. But planning for failure doesn’t make you negative or paranoid, it makes you smart.

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5 Ways to Make Volunteering More Fun

5 Ways to Make Volunteering More Fun

By Jonathan Malm  |  August 22, 2016

How much fun do your volunteers have during the weekend experience? These five tips will improve morale, the size of your team, and even the church service.
2 Vital Things to Remember About Worship Songs

2 Vital Things to Remember About Worship Songs

By Jonathan Malm  |  August 18, 2016

The songs we sing as worship leaders are our product. We don't often talk about the product, but there are two vital things we need to discuss about them.
Questions When Your Leader Wants Something Designed

Questions to Ask When Your Leader Wants Something Designed

By Jonathan Carone  |  August 17, 2016

So your leader wants you to design something. How do you make sure you get the information you need to be successful and give them what you need?
A Tale of Two Generations

A Tale of Two Generations, Part 2

By Hunter Wilson  |  August 15, 2016

Read the continuation of a conversation between two co-workers from different generations who are tasked with leading the creative vision of their church.
10 Ideas for Using Snapchat at Your Church

10 Ideas for Using Snapchat at Your Church

By Josh Burns  |  August 11, 2016

Snapchat has evolved into one of the best online storytelling platforms available to the church. Here are a few ways to use it effectively.
Reward for Invisibility

The Reward for Invisibility

By Dennis Choy  |  August 10, 2016

Working as a tech director or volunteer can feel like there's no immediate reward for your job. But there is a reward, even in your invisibility.
What it Means to Lead from Love

What it Means to Lead from Love

By Jonathan Pearson  |  August 8, 2016

How do we love those we lead like Jesus loved His own disciples? As leaders, we learn to love those we lead by walking through life with them.
Hits Misses Meeting

Holding a Successful Hits/Misses Meeting Post-Service

By Aubrey McGowan  |  August 4, 2016

Let's face it: Sometimes when we finally have our service evaluation meeting, we forgot the whole thing. Here's how we can do a better, sooner meeting.
3 Reasons Your Church Needs a Style Guide

3 Reasons Your Church Needs a Style Guide

By Sheri Felipe  |  August 3, 2016

Does your church have a style guide? Creating one takes a lot of work, but it might be what's necessary to strengthen the brand of your church.
A Tale of Two Generations

A Tale of Two Generations

By Kelvin Co  |  August 1, 2016

Kelvin and Hunter are from two different generations, yet they're tasked with leading the creative vision of a church. Read about the challenge.

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