Tag Archive | Christianity

So you want to work at a church

Hello, readers… I know it has been a while since I posted ANYthing. Let’s not make this awkward, I’ll just get to what’s on my mind today. Almost every Monday that I can remember for many years, I have received an email from churchstaffing.com with the latest church media/creative/technical job opportunities. Early on, as well as […]

Stewardship – The Red Line

In this time of financial instability, much has been made about good stewardship when it comes to our money and other resources. What about our most important resource, people? Money, tools, time… these are all diminishing resources; we always wish that we had more and are constantly trying to figure out how to make best […]

More than I could ever ask or imagine

Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen. (Ephesians 3:20-21) I love this verse. I’m living proof that it is true. I […]

Confessions of a Church Video Director: Run Over

This post will start with a visual aid, a moment from my career as a TV camera operator back in 2003 when I was covering an NBA game in Phoenix, AZ. (Embedded video HERE) That was my job. Right on the court, just inches from large athletes moving at top speed. This clip shows just […]

Taming the Chaos

As much as we might deny it, the first church service of the weekend, whether it’s Saturday night or first thing Sunday morning, often times really is a dress rehearsal. There really is no end to the possibilities as to why… The bottom line is that this is the first time that we’re doing this […]

Moving Pictures; Ideation Part 1

I’ve come to really appreciate the process of “ideation” here of late… Ideation is an emerging buzzword (c. 2004) representing the creative process of generating, developing, and communicating new ideas, where an idea is understood as a basic element of thought that can be either visual, concrete, or abstract. As such, it is an essential […]

What about #26?

My oldest daughter has now started her first real teaching job; she has been given charge over a group of third graders in NW Arkansas. (Her dad is very proud!) She was told that she would be given a maximum of 25 students, so she prepared her room for that total. 25 pencil boxes 25 […]