Wednesday, January 7, 2009


cleaning out some files of my hard drive and found this from some vision and mission documents for my team at the previous church. I found some other goodies that I will share in the future.

This is how our crew defines excellence
Excellence is fully using your God given talents, abilities and resources to glorify Him.

Excellence is not optional; it is required.
God requires us to live and give Him the best of each of us - our life, our relationship, our finances, and our ministry. He deserves it. Could it be considered sin if we are not obedient in this area?

Excellence is not occasional; it is consistent every week.
God does not show up only on our Holiday calendar or when a guest speaker is booked…nor does He take summers off. Each Sunday we have sixty-five minutes to join corporately and worship. We must be intentional, focused and consistent about how technology is used creatively, effectively and appropriately in each worship service fulfilling our vision

Excellence is not mediocrity; it is not perfection.
Good enough is not enough and God knows that we are not perfect, however we must give one hundred percent in each area and every responsibility of our ministry. Almost anything in life is easy to do with mediocrity, it's doing things with greatness that takes effort.

Excellence is contagious.
Comparing our desire for excellence to other ministries or other people is not acceptable. We have been called to do the best we can do in our ministry, not judge others.


Thursday, January 1, 2009

exodus grand opening.....

I got a chance to sneak up to Exodus last night after we celebrated an ‘early new years’ and put the girls to bed. I've had the opportunity to work with a great team on the Exodus project for the last six months as the consultant for their technical production systems for the venue. I promise to do a write up on the tech systems but here are some of the main points of the audio and lighting systems….
Nexo Geo series line array for the house speaker system
Yamaha M7CL at Front of House
Roland A-4000 digital snake with splits to FOH, Monitor world and Broadcast
Jands Vista lighting control with their S3 control surface
Martin Smart Mac moving lights

Last night was the grand opening concert with Mandisa with Mark Roach. The systems and the production crew produced a great show. Here are some pics….


HNY '09....