Waiting Tables Podcast

freeing growing churches to focus on their mission

A biweekly look into the behind-the-scenes of the life and operation of a church. Waiting Tables exists to help ease logistical hurdles to free your church to focus on its mission.

Introducing the Waiting Tables Newsletter!

Since starting Waiting Tables, my wife had our first baby, I started a new job, and I took on some new responsibilities at our church. This hasn’t left enough time in the week for me to continue doing the bi-weekly podcast. I hope and pray that people will continue to benefit from the podcast archives, and I hope to continue it in the future.

In the mean time, I’m going to start a mailing list about church operations, administration, and logistics. Please sign up today.

EPISODE 13 — THU, NOV 16, 2017

Preventing Child Abuse with Deepak Reju

Deepak Reju talks about preventing and responding to child abuse at church.

EPISODE 12 — THU, NOV 2, 2017

Church Finance 101 with Eric Syfrett

Eric Syfrett talks about basic principles and practices for church financial management.

Seth Houser talks about how his church adopted the Basecamp software to manage their projects and communicate.

EPISODE 10 — THU, OCT 5, 2017

Keeping Kids Safe at Church with Josh Navey

Pastor Josh Navey talks about how church leaders and parents can keep kids safe at church.

Tim Challies talks about defining personal mission statements and productivity systems for church leaders.

EPISODE 8 — THU, SEP 7, 2017

Church Video on a Budget

Josh Byers talks about how churches can produce interview videos on a budget of $1000.

EPISODE 7 — THU, AUG 24, 2017

Microphones for Churches

Todd Messer is back to talk about the basics of microphones for church audio.

EPISODE 6 — THU, AUG 10, 2017

Basics of Church Audio Equipment

I talk with Todd Messer about the basics of church audio equipment for recording and amplification.

EPISODE 5 — THU, JUL 27, 2017

Church Communications with ChurchTrain.uk

I talk with Joe Gallant of ChurchTrain.uk about questions churches should be asking about their communications.

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