Why one church sold its buses and decided to rent instead

When “Old Blue” broke down with students for the fourth time in a year, it was time to make a decision.

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Churches embrace ‘third spaces’ for families

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A Georgia church responds to the needs of its congregation by providing spaces designed for youth.

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Rebuilding in faith: Galveston church opens for worship after three-year restoration

Rebuilding in faith: Galveston church opens for worship after three-year restoration

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Five tips for purchasing tables and chairs

For some churches, folding tables and chairs are as much of a regular feature as the choir.

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Too few churches have security and emergency plans

It was a warm Saturday afternoon, and we were heading to a beautiful outdoor wedding to celebrate the joy of two people joining their lives together.

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Churches roll with bigger, better buses

When it comes to church group transportation, bigger might be better. Today’s commercial buses are attracting more and more interest, thanks to advancements in design and technology.

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The Hills updates Name and vision

Church’s move to two multi-sites reflects diverse and widespread membership.

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‘I still can’t hear the pastor well enough’

Turning to someone in the church may not give you the expertise you need to find and correct an acoustics problem.

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Energy savings are significant in providing funding for other ministry

More churches realize good financial and environmental returns through energy efficiency.

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Make seating in your church a comfortable event

The mind can absorb only as much as the seat can endure, so you should be using the “butt test.”

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