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Designing (and Building) Forward

Posted in Blogs & Columns  > Tomorrow's Campus Today on May 18, 2017 9:56 am EDT

Strong church architectural design happens best in a free-flowing, creative stream of design ideas that result in intuitive decisions, one blogger reports. What is your experience?


You Know You’re a Designer When ...

Posted in Blogs & Columns  > Design in Mind on April 19, 2017 2:01 pm EDT

Lisa Masteller gives us a peek inside the mind of a designer. If you're more distracted by the dusty fake plants in the restaurant than the sweet aroma of the lava cake on your plate, you're probably a designer.


Telling Stories

Posted in Blogs & Columns  > From the Editor on April 4, 2016 9:40 am EDT

If you're looking to market your firm's services or your own if you work independently, you must reclaim the lost art of storytelling.


Death by a Thousand Cuts, and the Ones Who Survive

Posted in Blogs & Columns  > Design in Mind on July 1, 2015 11:34 am EDT

Consider the way a major negative change that happens slowly, in many unnoticed increments, is not perceived as objectionable. Lisa Masteller discusses the journey of a business and the important issues that can make it or break it.


Does a Dichotomy Exist in Church Design Today?

Posted in Blogs & Columns  > From the Editor on October 20, 2014 11:29 am EDT

Reports of small, intimate venues being on the rise clash with reports of renovation at thriving mega-churches. So which is it, or is it both?


Gearing Architectural Practices Toward Church Growth

Posted in Blogs & Columns  > Tomorrow's Campus Today on October 9, 2014 3:18 pm EDT

A veteran church designer shares his view of architecture's role and responsibility in helping foster church growth.


Life Cycle of a Church-Based School

Posted in Blogs & Columns  > Design & Architecture on August 1, 2014 1:37 pm EDT

Architect Ron Geyer covers the cycle that church-based schools seem to fall into: inauguration, maturation, separation, and opposition.


Be Brave

Posted in Blogs & Columns  > Design in Mind on July 29, 2014 9:43 am EDT

Design is personal and unique to every human being, from how it speaks to us to how we create our own. A beautiful thing about design is sharing these individual ideas with each other generates even more wonderfully distinct concepts.


What’s Cooking?

Posted in Blogs & Columns  > Architecture Is Fun on July 28, 2014 2:56 pm EDT

... a well-equipped commercial kitchen can help a ministry of any size become self-sustaining, as well as reinforcing concepts of community.


Fish or Cut Bait

Posted in Blogs & Columns  > Architecture on June 30, 2014 1:56 pm EDT

It's all about having the right tools, techniques, and programs to help houses of worship accomplish their missions.


One Small Church Serving One Large Heart

Posted in Blogs & Columns  > Design in Mind on May 21, 2014 3:27 pm EDT

Thoughts on individual gifts and strengths, and how we can use them to serve our community through God.