How our team defined our wins.

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HowOurTeamDefinedTheWin

Not long ago we released a podcast talking about Defining Your Win and I wanted to dive a bit deeper into the topic & give an update on what we’ve done since. It all started when our creative programing team for our adult weekend services began reading Andy Stanley’s book, Deep & Wide.  We’ve done some studies before together, but this … Read More

Jason ShreveHow our team defined our wins.

Boot Camp: How We Plan Series

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BootCampHowWePlanSeries

Over the years we have tried a ton of different ways to creatively plan series. Teams change, leaders and leadership styles come and go, goals of the programs go in new directions and even adding additional campuses has altered the way we plan our series. So, we wanted to give you a glimpse of what our (current) series planning looks … Read More

Steve StoneBoot Camp: How We Plan Series

Mark It Red

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MarkItRed

We have a tape system at church. No, not this kind of tape system. We have an electrical tape system that helps us to identify cables, the attributes of the cables, and the state in which they are in. The benefit is that from a distance you can tell if a cable is good or bad, and close up you … Read More

Steve StoneMark It Red

6 Tips To Help You Lead Your Tech Team

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6TipsToHelpYouLeadYourTechTeam

I don’t claim to be the best at dealing with volunteers. I’m pretty introverted, I don’t send weekly emails and thank-you notes (though I should), I make a lot of mistakes, and I am terrible at scheduling. However there are a few things that I have learned to make up for some of my faults. Hopefully these tips can help … Read More

Steve Stone6 Tips To Help You Lead Your Tech Team

On “Not being seen”

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OnNotBeingSeen

When I first started doing tech in church there was a mantra that we used. We didn’t want anything we did  to distract so we used to say that the point of what we did was to “not be seen”. We wanted to be behind the scenes, which I think a lot of us mistook for being “behind the seens”. … Read More

Steve StoneOn “Not being seen”