If you use Aviom products in your church – then you may already be aware of the great web conferences that Aviom puts gives on various sound-related topics. If you aren’t using Aviom products in your church – then we haven’t done our job of convincing you
On of my my favorite conferences to connect with many of you at is Lift : A Worship Leader Collective in Atlanta, GA. If you miss it – you miss something fantastic. If you go to them – you understand the “fantastic” appreciation of that word.
This article requires a big gulp before reading. Perhaps it requires thicker pants. More importantly – it requires you to take a hard look at either yourself…or how your church places others in leadership. Be prepared – there are people in this world who claim
When worship leaders and worship pastors get in a “rut”, it can lead to bad consequences for their future. “Ruts” happen – how we deal with them can set the tone for how we will survive them. There are a variety of reasons why we
We’ve all faced rejected of some sort during our lives – so it is no surprise that we don’t like having to issue rejection to someone else…especially when that rejection comes in the form of telling someone that they are not cut out for the worship team.
You spend a quarter of your time applying on all of the Church-related resume sites you can think of – and the remainder of your time watching the clock, email, and phone hoping for a response. It is the classic waiting game. What if
In most everything else in life, I want to hear words of encouragement from people based on the things I do. “Great job! Way to go! You really nailed that! That (looks, sounds, smells, _______ ) great!” It isn’t surprising – after all, one of my “love
Take yourself out of the context of a believer for a moment. Put yourself in the shoes of a man who is just “kicking the tires” of church – maybe even for the first time…and you’ve entered a worship service at your church. What do
We cant begin to help others until we realize why….and how our times are, by no means “bad”. We have “bad times” only based on our perception of what “financial stability” and “shortfalls” are.
How interesting this past year has been! During the past year I was introduced to two rather interesting forms of “networking” – Facebook and Twitter. At first, these two mediums (especially Twitter) seems a little strange. “Why would anyone in their right minds just openly