Church Tech Matters



The Art of Leading Volunteers

It’s one thing to lead someone when you have some form of power over them, such as a paycheck or other tangible benefit but what does it take to lead those that owe you nothing?  The skill in this type… Continue Reading →

Volunteers Rock!

I find it interesting that around the time I stepped down from leading the tech team at my church is around the same time that I lost my drive to write on this site.  Both were dwindling for several months… Continue Reading →

Goodbye 2009, Bring on 2010

Over a year ago, I decided that Church Tech Matters had run it’s course and I felt I had given this site all I could give. I wrote this post about a month earlier and a year ago today, I… Continue Reading →

Frugal Sermon Podcasting

This is a guest post written by Angela Mullins, a volunteer Technical Arts Director at Sixth Street Baptist Church in Alexander City, Alabama where she leads teams responsible for all audiovisual and information systems duties. — I am a volunteer… Continue Reading →

New CTM Writer – Chase Livingston

I am really excited to introduce to you someone I have followed on Twitter for a few months.  He is a tech volunteer at his church and has been for quite some time and he struck me as someone who… Continue Reading →

Leading Volunteers – No Easy Button

In talking with other church tech leaders, one thing I often hear is how frustrating it is to lead tech volunteers.  There’s a lot of frustration surrounding how unreliable they are and there’s always a need for more volunteers and… Continue Reading →

Introduction – Greg Simmons

Hi, my name is Greg Simmons.  I’m not sure what more I can add beyond what’s already listed in my bio, but I’ll give it a try. My first exposure to “running sound” was in the late 70′s.  I began… Continue Reading →

Introduction – Peter Schott

Greetings, My name is Peter Schott. I currently serve as an unpaid volunteer on the IT team for Mt. Gilead Baptist Church in Keller, TX. I have served unofficially at some of the churches I attended in the past, but… Continue Reading →

Casting Vision & Growing Teams

Casting a vision for your team is an essential part of leading and building your team as it states in Proverbs 29:18 Where there is no prophetic vision the people cast off restraint, but blessed is he who keeps the… Continue Reading →

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