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A safe place to stay

An outreach-minded Massachusetts church creates four bedrooms in the church — using room dividers — so that families in need have a safe, warm place to sleep.

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More than meets the eye

When it comes to interior elements in a worship space, a pulpit speaks perhaps the loudest.

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Making the worship seating investment

Ask the right questions to make an informed decision.

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WEB-EXCLUSIVE: Why acoustics matter so much

The best speakers, mics and mixers money can buy won’t fix poor room acoustics.

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How does that sit with you?

Spaghetti stains are one factor deciding whether it’s chairs or pews in the worship center.

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Rebuilding the church 
on its ancient foundations

Church leaders are turning back to inner cities and building urban churches with missional zeal.

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Cultivating ‘radical generosity’ in a crazy economy

Nestled in South Florida’s sun-drenched Fort Lauderdale area, Church by the Glades had two problems as it headed into the year 2008. One of the challenges was the kind of issue most pastors would love to face. The other problem was much less desirable.

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Contemporary American innovation, with a Korean interpretation

Inspiration for innovation can come from unexpected places. For a South Korean congregation, the spark for innovation was fueled by leading American churches’ missional architecture.

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Churches let their light shine for effective services

Lighting designers share tips for achieving an inviting and purposeful worship space. By Robert Shook and Michael White The spiritual connection between light and faith begins with the images called to mind by the familiar passage of Genesis: Let there be light. Light is used in many passages in the Bible to express the spirit […]

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When the drums are too loud, put a lid on them

Many churches use drums as part of their worship bands to add excitement to the service and help increase teenage and young adult participation. Unfortunately, most houses of worship were not designed for these loud percussive instruments and the result is excessive volume levels and unintelligible vocals.

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