We believe sound and video is the most critical part of service. We along with our professional worship team set the tone of the entire service. We believe if we are personally moved by the Holy Spirit, the congregation will also be deeply moved by our worship.
We are in the process of migrating from analog to digital equipment which has already expanded our possibilities of extending our ministry for Christ. We started with the new M32 mixer with a total of 96 inputs and outputs. It doubles as a Live Performance mixer and a 32 channel Pro Recording Studio with 126 Gig of onboard storage. We will soon use the Recording Studio abilities to put out our 1st professionally mixed CD.
Media Advisor: Psalm 100:2 Sing joyfully to God, all the earth: serve ye the Lord with gladness. Come in before his presence with exceeding great joy. Music has been the number one love in my life ever since I was 5 years old. Little did I know the Holy Spirit was going to bless me with 40 years of Sound Engineering in Television, Christian Radio, Recording Studios, and Sound Engineering for some of the most recognized Contemporary Christian singers. Nothing excites me more when I am Engineering than when the Holy Spirit moves through an entire venue forcing people to their knees and standing in praise and worship of Christ. I get the biggest goose bumps. I serve to make a joyful noise. Praise God! – Jim Borgman
Video Engineer: I initially took the job in the video department simply because there was a need for someone to step up and do it. But shortly thereafter I realized that it wasn’t just a “job that needed doing” but by doing it with excellence meant that I could enhance other people’s worship experience and help them enter into what the Holy Spirit is doing during worship. I really miss being able to join into worship in the corporate sense, but this job has become, for me, an act of worship to the Lord. “And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men;” Co 3:23. This job in the video department is not without its difficulties and challenges but I can honestly say it is a pleasure for me to serve the Lord in this way. – Wade D. Sadlier
Lead Sound Engineer: Back in 1999 my dad ran the sound board while I played the guitar. Every now and then I would go back to the sound room and watch him mix with intensity. I stopped playing the guitar because they moved to words on the projector. While creating my PowerPoint songs I would watch him tinker with the board making the sound better with every tinker. I don’t remember the year however; I remember helping the church family build the church we are at right now. in 2008 I left to join the army and was stationed in fort Campbell KY for 6 years. Once I got medically discharged out of the army, I moved back to Bonners ferry. From the first Sunday back in Idaho to now I have devoted my time and efforts to glorify Gods name with the talents He has blessed me with as the lead sound engineer. – Michael Spiller