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Build the ideal presentation PC for less than $700

Build the ideal presentation PC for less than $700

Every once in a while, we get asked about what would be included in the ideal presentation machine. Usually we refer those questions to our minimum requirements, but that doesn’t really answer the question. Minimum is different than ideal. So, I set out this week to build the ideal presentation PC for less than $700.00.… Continue reading

Understanding Smart Media

Understanding Smart Media

Everyone in the church—from the administrator to the media director—should be able to create compelling visual presentations. That’s the game-changing idea behind Proclaim. We don’t think you should have to wrestle with your presentation software to make every slide look good. That’s why we include more than $1,000 of art with your Proclaim subscription that… Continue reading

Major update: Proclaim gets a new look

Major update: Proclaim gets a new look

Proclaim recently got a major update. Here’s a rundown of what’s new. A whole new look We’ve eliminated gradients and reflections, embracing the new wave of flat design. In addition to its modern appearance, this aesthetic improves performance, as there are fewer graphic elements to move around. Proclaim’s new look makes more efficient use of… Continue reading

Create superior acoustics with these DIY ideas

Create superior acoustics with these DIY ideas

Intimacy, honesty, and transparency are keys to creating organic and authentic worship. Our organic worship blog series gives you the secrets of creating a heartfelt worship experience in a collective setting. The best part—we focus on DIY ideas, so it won’t cost you an arm and a leg. Configure elegant stage designs, build homemade acoustics and… Continue reading

Master Proclaim: the remote app

Master Proclaim: the remote app

Control your presentations from anywhere—even the stage—using the Proclaim remote app. Here’s how it works. Download & log in Find the remote app in your favorite app store—for either iOS or Android—and download it to your device. Use your Logos/Proclaim/Faithlife account to access all your presentations. Take control or follow along When you start the… Continue reading

4 keys to acoustic perfection

4 keys to acoustic perfection

Your worship team could sound better without buying better instruments or microphones. A little understanding of how sound waves work can go a long way toward improving how everything sounds in your worship center. Great acoustics will immerse congregants in the music, allowing them to focus directly on worshiping God by building a perception called… Continue reading

Don’t miss your chance to win a custom-branded church app

Don't miss your chance to win a custom-branded church app

This month, we’re giving away four church-technology packages—one each week—including a custom-branded church app with six months of support (a $799.99 value) and three months of Proclaim. Two of them are already gone. Enter below for your chance to win one of the two remaining prizes. Custom apps aren’t just for big churches anymore. Companies… Continue reading

Artist to watch: Shine Like Stars

Artist to watch: Shine Like Stars

Pop and punk music isn’t what you expect to hear from your worship team on Sunday morning, but Shine Like Stars reminds us that worship isn’t about our expectations. Shine Like Stars broadens the definition of contemporary worship with a fresh pop-punk sound. Full of bright melodies and rich harmonies, the band restores an energetic… Continue reading

Is worship more important than preaching?

Is worship more important than preaching?

In his defining text on worship ministry, Worship Matters, Bob Kauflin raises some important questions on the worship leader’s visibility: As I’ve thought about and studied my role as a worship leader, I’ve had questions. I’ve wondered if “worship leaders” have become too significant. “For many young people choosing a church,” writes Gordon MacDonald, “worship… Continue reading

Head worship vs. heart worship

Head worship vs. heart worship

In many areas of the church, as in life, we gravitate toward the extremes. This tendency is perhaps most visible in our congregational singing. Contrary philosophy of worship can be framed in a number of different ways. Some understand worship to be a means to an end, others an end itself. Some purposefully choose songs… Continue reading