Current Issue: March 2014
The End of the World | Matt Knisely
Is it really the end of the world if we stop creating? Is creativity so important?
Scheduling Creativity | Whitney George
Does creativity strike unexpectedly? Or can you schedule the creative process?
The End of Obvious | Jason Watson
How do you get beyond the obvious idea when you design for your church?
Fight for Your Work | Michael Buckingham
How do you appropriately fight for your work when a leader wants you to change it?
The End of an Era | Aubrey McGowan
How do you survive as a worship leader who’s no longer the coolest and youngest? Prepare now, because it will happen.
Dealing with Irresponsibility | Becky Ykema
How do you deal with irresponsibility in talented musicians on your team?
The End of Yelling | Rick Calcutt
Should yelling ever come from the mouth of a strong leader in the church?
Freedom from Volunteers | Kelvin Co
There’s liberty in realizing your job isn’t really about getting as many volunteers as possible.
Leading Worship from the Booth | Todd Elliott
How can tech workers contribute to the process of leading worship?
An Introduction to Untrained Volunteers | Mike Sessler
How do you move untrained volunteers from novice to expert on your team?
The End of Budget—Cutting the Right Corners | Eric Murrell
When you learn to use your budget creatively, you can get much more impact from your marketing.
Weak Point, Yell | Justin Wise
How do you make sure your social media communications have substance—that they’re not just a bunch of weak points you have to yell to your audience?Download the PDF issue /