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Rediscovering Creativity

By Cole NeSmith  |  September 1, 2015

At some point in our education, most of us were taught to no longer be creative. So how do you go about rediscovering that childlike creativity as an adult?
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What Are Your Next Steps?

By Mark MacDonald  |  August 28, 2015

Do your first-time guests, or even regulars, feel lost in your church? There's a good chance it's because you haven't made their next steps clear.

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3 Things People Think About Tech Leaders

By Dennis Choy  |  August 26, 2015

Are you a misunderstood tech leader? Here are three misunderstandings people have of tech leaders and how to dispel those myths for your team.
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5 Ways to Make Volunteers Feel Valued

By Josh Collesano  |  August 24, 2015

Above feeling needed, volunteers want to feel valued, both relationally and in their role. Here are five ways you can make that happen for your volunteers.
Help My Congregation Doesnt Clap

Help! My Congregation Doesn’t Clap

By Chris Denning  |  August 21, 2015

One of the biggest bummers as a worship leader is a congregation that doesn't clap along. But maybe that's not such a bad thing... Here's why.
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5 Design Styles Every Church Should Know About

By Josh Blankenship  |  August 19, 2015

Josh talks about the five major design styles churches use and the benefits/purposes of each within your church context.
The Price of Free Creativity

The Cost of Free Creativity

By Michael Buckingham  |  August 17, 2015

Free graphics and creative elements are tempting when we run across them online. But what is the real cost of using these effectively at our churches?
Creating Tension in Your Marketing

Creating Tension in Your Marketing

By Eric Dye  |  August 14, 2015

One of the most important devices in storytelling is the use of tension before resolution. Do you use tension in your communication to keep people engaged?
3 Reasons It's Okay to Be Out of Control

3 Reasons It’s Okay to Be Out of Control

By Mike Sessler  |  August 12, 2015

Control—it's what tech and production peeps most value. But there are times you're out of control, and maybe that's okay... Here's why.
3 Ways to Improve a Visitor's First Sunday

3 Ways to Improve a Visitor’s First Sunday

By Adam Weber  |  August 11, 2015

First impressions are important. Here are three ideas to make a great first impression on visitors that walk through the door of your church the first time.
Meetings the Killer of Progress

Meetings: The Killer of Progress

By Aubrey McGowan  |  August 10, 2015

When decisions need to be made, it's common for leaders to call meetings. But is a meeting really necessary? Or will is simply stall forward progress?
Are You Scaring Away New Team Members

Are You Scaring Away New Team Members?

By Will Doggett  |  August 7, 2015

Most worship teams are looking to grow their roster. But what if your processes are actually scaring away new members? Here are 5 things you want to check.

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