Hard walls leave a church with a troublesome room for performance audio.
Churches require the same caliber of rigging equipment that theaters use.
A good stage and lighting design helps create an engaging worship environment that people can’t resist.
It doesn’t have to be complicated, but if done right it can be extremely effective.
Three churches find easy-to-use Web-based solutions to their room scheduling, facility management and online ticketing challenges.
Cloud computing has taken the business world by storm. So why not churches, too?
Maryland Community Church has developed a mobile application
The principles of good lighting can help draw people deeper into worship.
Apps are seen as an “innovative way for churches and ministries
Think you own the new website that you just paid a vendor to create? Consider the following scenario. First Baptist Church hires a Web developer to create a new website. The developer designs a website with a new contemporary look that the church is proud of, complete with great graphics and content. A few months later, the church sees that the new website of Trinity Christian Church in the next town over has much of the same graphics, artwork, and even some of the same text and other content. First Baptist discovers that Trinity hired the same developer to create its website, and the developer simply re-used much of the same stock material. Was the developer permitted to do so? If First Baptist did not enter into a contract giving ownership of the website content to First Baptist, the developer was fully within his rights to re-use the same materials.