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What Do You Need To Get Started With Stage Lighting At Your Church? Getting started with lighting can be difficult[...]

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Church Question: Does my Church Need Colored Lights?
"...But all big stages all have colored lights", said the worship pastor of the small church.  "So we must need[...]
6 Ways to Speed Up Your Portable Church Setup Time
A couple years ago I was attending a portable church that met in a middle school close to where I[...]
The Process: Lighting a Worship Service
It's 8:45am on a Sunday morning.  Coffee in hand, rehearsal over, it's almost time to start the first service.  As[...]
Church Lighting Q&A + Basic Gear
What Do You Need To Get Started With Stage Lighting At Your Church? Getting started with lighting can be difficult[...]
5 Actionable Tips to Use TODAY When Planning Your Christmas Event
Want to make your Christmas events rock this year? Have you ever been at your church or venue until 2am[...]
LXQ: House and Stage Lighting on a Budget
Hey Lighting Fans - Today we've got another great installment of LXQ: Lighting Questions. Brian writes in with some ministry-related[...]
Rig Blueprint: Basic Drama Lighting Rig
I really love LED lighting. As we continue to move forward in time, LED lights just keep getting better and[...]
Big Lighting Designs on a Small Budget
Let's not pretend here...we all have tight budgets, right? This is especially true in the church- the home of the[...]
How to Choose a Lighting Console for Your Church
There are about 10,000 different lighting consoles available today. And about half of them are buying advertising to get you[...]
How Do I Choose a Contractor for My Church’s AVL System?
Do you want to save $50,000 today? The single biggest decision you're going to make for your church's audio, video[...]
How Do I Create Good Front Lighting for My Church’s Stage?
Ever been to a performance or church service where it was difficult to see the person on stage? Front light[...]
What Lighting Console is the Best?
And the best lighting console is... (Drumroll Please) (Crickets) Did you really think I was going to name just one?[...]
How Do I Create Great Church Lighting with NO Money?
Ever built a lighting design completely out of "no money"? If you've been working in the church for any amount[...]
What Lights Should You Choose for Your Church?
Churches across the world are very diverse with style, setups, and even their lighting rigs. Whether a congregation has newer[...]
Looking for an RGBW Houselight? GAMMA Penn Review
There are more houselights on the market than ever before, and today I'm going to look at a mid-sized RGBW[...]
Automation – The Secret To Great Lighting With a Small or Non-Existent Crew
When you're gigging as a small band or run the worship for a small church, choosing to automate some or[...]
Lighting for the large church or venue (The Unique Challenges)
When Moving Up to Lighting in a Large Venue, these are the things that you need to think about! https://youtu.be/XHBK5zbjURI[...]
Easy Setup Stage Lighting – Ground-Supported Only
How do you put together a lighting rig that can go together and be setup QUICK for your band or[...]

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