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Nearly 230 exhibitors displayed thousands of products for church productions at WFX. 


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Regardless of the size of your church, the worship arts come with challenges. Some are specific to small churches, others to large, and still others are universal.


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Some people were born to network, work the room, and make new acquaintances, even friends. Others have a long list of things they’d rather be doing, inclusive of the famous root canal.


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When the topic of church security comes up in conversation, the scenario most jumped to is a violent one. According to Ron Aguiar, director of safety and security at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, Ky., a violent, life-threatening situation is just one of many areas of concern for today’s church, but is certainly the one that dominates conversations.


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“God chose to introduce Himself to us in the first verse of the Bible as a ‘Creator’. We’re made in His image, and yet we settle for such sub-par expressions of who we are and what we do. If we’re going to engage today’s culture, we need to do it in a more creative way,” says Phil Cooke, founder and CEO of Cooke Pictures, author of “Unique: Telling Your Story in the Age of Brands and Social Media”, and also a keynote speaker at the 2016 Worship Facilities Conference and Expo (WFX).


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When considering attending a ministry conference, one must decide what they want out of it. What’s your situation? What kind of education are you and your team seeking—big picture, high-level inspiration? Or hands-on, practical, get-to-work education?


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 “Getting smart” on a topic is relatively easy to accomplish in our internet-fueled world. One can learn a little about a lot in a short period of time, and if the stakes aren’t too high, where’s the harm? But what about when they are? As in a multimillion dollar church building project? 


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Whether you’re a tech director or just starting out as a weekend volunteer, if you’ve attended a training session or conference you’ve likely thought to yourself, “I wish my colleague or boss could hear this.” 


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The Worship Facilities Conference and Expo (WFX) began in 2006, and has grown larger, offering more robust education and a variety of other development opportunities for church teams each and every year since. According to Jim Wagner, general manager of the event, growth is possible because the WFX team listens intently to attendees and works to deliver on their suggestions.


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In its 11th year, the Worship Facilities Conference and Expo (WFX) will offer more quality education for ministry teams, and new opportunities for connecting with experts and peers from other churches. 


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What will churches get out of attending WFX Louisville 2016? Hear the answer from Jim Wagner, Managing Director of the WFX Network.


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Hear from Jim Wagner, Managing Director of the WFX Network, why you can't miss WFX Louisville 2016.


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Exhibitors include architects, interior designers, theming companies, construction companies and design-build firms. On the product side, there’s seating and millwork to digital signage and antimicrobial flooring. - It's all in one place where you and your team can come together.


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How to manage overpowering bass response, poor coverage, and a lack of sound consistency with proper acoustic design.


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The basics in connecting network-enabled technology to an IP network. While configuring network settings can seem tricky, it’s really a piece of cake.


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Learning to anticipate service changes in lighting and sound requires a familiarity with your worship leader and tech team — it also requires an openness to God’s call to action.


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Understand the very basics in recording a sermon and producing it for viewer audiences.


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Started in partnership with Church Production and Worship Facilities magazines, WFX’s first year drew 750 attendees. Today, WFX draws 3,500 from more than 800 churches.


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