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Vlog: Excellence in Portable Churches

.et_post_meta_wrapper Production excellence in portability by Portable Church Industries: While teaching at SXSW, our friend and Portable Church client, Carey Nieuwhof, recently wrote about 7 things he learned about how the world is changing (again). He goes on to put this into the perspective of the church. He says “Production […]

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Fall Consultation FAQ’s

.et_post_meta_wrapper by Portable Church Industries: We’ve been talking to a lot of pastors lately who are launching, re-equipping or relaunching in the upcoming Fall Season. There’s a few common questions we hear concerning portable church consultations, and we thought we’d address them here for you. What’s the first thing I […]

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6 Things Portable Churches Are Thankful For

.et_post_meta_wrapper There’s probably a lot that church leaders like you can be thankful for – God’s faithfulness, the support of friends and family, a God-centered church community and the encouragement from like-minded leaders! However, an increasing number of churches across the United States have something else to be thankful for […]

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Vlog: How to do Baptisms in a Portable Church

.et_post_meta_wrapper How to do Baptism in a Portable Church by Portable Church Industries Favorite products for doing baptisms in a portable church.  A horse trough is one of the most common ways we see churches do baptism. The good things about them is that you can dress them up a […]

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Vlog: 6 Effective Principles of Portability

.et_post_meta_wrapper Principles of Portability There are hundreds of principles required to being a portable church and doing it well. In this Vlog episode we want to discuss 6 of the most important principles of portability. The first one is to consider the weight. Equipment choice is such a crucial piece […]

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Vlog: Language That Burns Out Your Volunteer

.et_post_meta_wrapper Language that burns out your volunteers. by Portable Church Industries: As a part of portable churches for 22 years, Kevin has learned much about the ins and outs of successful and unsuccessful portable churches. The first church plant he was a part of was setting up and tearing down […]

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Practical Steps to Creating Your Environment, Part 2

.et_post_meta_wrapper by Portable Church Industries: Last time, we talked about using signage in creating your environment to provide comfort in navigating with your church launch. Now, let’s talk about creating comfort in your foyer, lobby or commons areas. There are so many ways you can create a welcoming environment that are […]

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Portable Church Signage | Practical Steps to Creating Your Environment (Part 1)

.et_post_meta_wrapper by Portable Church Industries: Choosing to visit a church for the first time can be a daunting experience for many. Many first time visitors to your church can have their defenses up. Perhaps they have been hurt by a previous experience; perhaps they walked away from established religion a […]

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“It’s Too Loud!”: Responding to Volume Critics at Your Church

by Rich Birch: The scene is set. It’s a Sunday morning, and the band is cranking through the second of a four-song set. You loved the latest Hillsong or Bethel song and things are moving in the right direction. However, at the back of the room is an individual you’ve […]

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20 Steps to Children’s Ministry Safety for Your Church Plant

by Patrick Bradley: Children’s ministry safety in your church plant is serious business. But it doesn’t have to be mysterious. Here are 20 practical steps to stellar children’s ministry safety: No question, Jesus holds children in high regard. I’d say that churches in the US do, too, though we haven’t […]