One church I know of has a interesting paragraph in there description. They encourage there tech staff to use some of there at work paid time to help other churches with tech issues.
I like the idea, but as a church design-build firm, we have seen a lot of "blind leading the more-blind" come from this. There is one large church that does a good job, they know what they can help with, but also know when to refer the other church to a qualified, tested company. The whole "why pay to have it done right the first time, when xyz fellow end user is free?" trap.
Wondering if any can send me job descriptions for their Minister/Pastor of Technology, or whatever your church may call this position.Our church is wanting to add this administrative position to the paid staff. This person would be responsible for all audio/video/web technologies employed by the church, make informed recommendations on new hardware/software and probably do some repair work as skill and knowledge allows.I'm also checking with other area churches who have a position of this nature.Please feel free to contact me directly. Thank you in advance for your assistance.Mike Morganmike.firstname.lastname@example.orgRiverchase UMCHoover, AL
Check right up the road from you at our "mother" church, Church of the Highlands... We have a "Technology / Creative Director", but he is actually a volunteer... http://www.reallifems.com/
This is never a concern for a volunteer mindful of both the Lord Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others. Philippians 2:4and Dirty Harry A man's got to know his limitations
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