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You Must Ask for Critiques

A few weeks ago I was traveling up to the mountains of Virginia from Atlanta by myself for a few hours and made a few phone calls to pass the time. Over the last year or so I have found myself actually liking to make phone calls instead of...

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“One” Step at a Time

Each year for the past seven years or so I have picked one word to focus on for an entire year. The My One Word challenge is simple: lose the long the list of changes you want to make this year and instead pick one word that represents what...

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Volunteer Recruitment

Each weekend all around the world, volunteers come together to help create different worship experiences Many churches have few staff members and rely almost on volunteer-led production teams. But one thing I hear often is,

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Lighting for Video vs. the Room

Before I get into the “why,” I’ll first lead off with my personal belief about how to balance lighting for video vs. lighting for the room. If you are using IMAG, then that should take priority over lighting for the room. OK, if you made it this far, then...

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HD Video Upgrade: FOR-A

Port City Community Church (PC3) moved into their very first permanent facility during the summer of 2008 with a full SD-SDI system in the main auditorium. This was a major upgrade from our existing mobile solution which consisted of all composite video lines that found their way to an...

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Listen, Evaluate, and Then Decide

Lately I’ve caught myself in conversations telling others to listen, evaluate, and decide a lot. It may be coming across as advice to others because I have been trying to engage in feedback lately with those three words in mind. Here is what I mean in short form: Listen Stop talking and just listen....

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