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Valentine’s Day Crunch

CMB - #icymi - The Ark (1)That’s right, folks! It’s Valentine’s Day crunch time. With only a week to spare, I have to ask if you are ready or not? If not, then no worries, we have got you covered. Now, hold on there just a minute; I’m talking about your service on the weekend of February 11 & 12. We’ve got you covered when it comes to stirring mini movies, compelling sermon slides, and subtle motion backgrounds. Just check out the Valentine’s Day store. Whether you are ready to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your spouse including a date, card, poem, or gift, well…I’m not sure how I can help you out. I wish I could! You never know, your significant other may enjoy a nice mini movie from Centerline New Media. If so, why not check these out:

A Psalm of Love

Love Comes to Life

God Loves You

Love (A New Commandment)

Let me know what you think of these mini movies. Hope you have a great time prepping for Valentine’s Day!


Powerful Mini Movie from Journey Box – Careful – You Might Just Get a Tear in Your Eye

Nope. You can’t prove it. You can’t prove that a tear MAY have welled up in my eyes while watching this mini movie. Nope. No proof whatsoever. Ha! Okay, so maybe I got a little emotional while watching this mini movie. Focused on the infamous love passage found in 1 Corinthians 13, Journey Box Media has knocked it out of the park again with this powerful mini movie. Be sure to read the Scripture and watch the mini movie below. Any creative ideas on how you can use this in your services?

Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.

1 Corinthians 13.4-7

Love Life by Journey Box Media


Don’t Miss the 2017 Worship Together Conference + 25% off Registration Code

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Come on everyone! This is an event to check out! On February 2+3, the Church of the City in Franklin, TN will be hosting an exciting conference you may have heard about: Worship Together. Let me just put a little name drop in here on who will be leading and speaking:

  • Kari Jobe
  • Chris Tomlin
  • Cass Langton
  • Housefires
  • Chris McClarney
  • Brenton Brown
  • Christy Nockels
  • Aaron Keyes
  • Darren Whitehead

Need I say more? If that doesn’t get you pumped up, I don’t know what will. This is a unique conference bound to stretch and encourage your faith. There are no breakouts at this conference. Everyone will go through every moment together, experiencing what God has for everyone together, as one.

BONUS: We’ve got a code for you. When you go to register, be sure to use the code WHM to receive 25% off the conference price!


In Case You Missed It – 2 Tech Positions with The Ark

CMB - #icymi - The ArkThis could be for you! Two tech positions just opened up at The Ark in Conroe, TX. The Ark is a 5,000+ member, non-denominational church that exists for the saving of households. The name and the mission is based off of Hebrews 11:7, “By faith Noah, being warned by God concerning events as yet unseen, in reverent fear constructed an ark for the saving of his household.” How great is that?! I love the name and the mission. Anyway, this could be a great opportunity for you! The Ark is looking for an Audio Engineer and a Lighting Director to join their team.

Head over to The Ark on ChurchStaffing to see their current openings.


Can Rejection Be a Good Thing?

rejectionWe’ve all experienced rejection before, and it’s never a pretty event. Whether you had a tremendous idea for your church, family, or business that was rejected, it can be a painful experience. It always results in hurt feelings, shattered dreams, and doubt. But after some time passes, conversations ensue, and clarity starts to set in. Somehow, it feels as though we can cope a better with the situation. To help speed that difficult process along, I found an article from Church Technical Leaders that I want to share with you. The article is written by Tim Cain, the Production Manager of Forest Hill Church in North Carolina. In this article, Tim helps us to see the truth behind rejection and practical ideas of how to deal with those times that we or our ideas are rejected.

Here’s a quote I particularly enjoyed:

Looking back to our friend King Solomon in Ecclesiastes, we can see a truth that we as ‘creatives’ often forget. There are no new ideas! Our way is not always the best way. If everything has been done before, then we should take the opportunity to learn from others and share the load with others. Galatians 6:2 tells us that clearly.

Enjoy the article, and let me know what you think!

Rejection is God’s Protection by Tim Cain


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