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Electronically Filing Your ACA forms in ACS Financials

Jason Dailey December 30, 2015

It’s the holiday season – a special time of joy, thanksgiving and hope for the New Year. We all love this season and the opportunities to create lasting memories. This year, we want to make it extra special for you. So, let’s discuss a great way to file your Affordable Care Act (ACA) forms with… Continue Reading »

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The 10 Most Important Church Resolutions For 2016

John Gilman December 29, 2015

The new year is nearly upon us and with it comes the pledge for resolutions. Here are the “The 10 Most Important Church Resolutions for 2016.” Be a church where all political parties are welcome. It’s an election year, but don’t let the race for president become bigger in your eyes than the Kingdom of… Continue Reading »

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PDS Ledger/Payroll and the Affordable Care Act

Kaitlyn Grooms December 22, 2015

  Grab something to drink and take a seat, we’re going to talk about taxes. The new Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires a lot on your part, but we hope this article makes it easier on you. Tax forms 1094 and 1095 are required to comply with ACA. This article will help you understand what… Continue Reading »

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Christmas Matters: Ways to Celebrate And Share

Meredith Mahon Morris December 21, 2015

Christmas matters to Christians. It’s the day when Christians all over the world celebrate the birth of our Savior. The church has celebrated Christ’s birth in some form or another for over 1500 years. After all, God-with-us is a big deal and should be celebrated. The word Christmas derives from the special “mass” or communion… Continue Reading »

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Cultivating Value in the Culture of More

Joe Filbrun December 14, 2015

This is not news: We live in a culture that is obsessed with having more. More, more, more. And then some. The problem is, there’s no end to our pursuit of more. The faster we chase it, the sooner we lose sight of what we were really trying to accomplish in the first place, and… Continue Reading »

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Discipling People, Not Just Data Is Key For Ministry

Meredith Mahon Morris December 12, 2015

Every day I help churches take a look at how they are managed.  One of the common situations I run into is a large church being shepherded by a small paid staff.  The staff normally represents less than five percent of the total congregation, and much of the staff is focused on administrative support, not… Continue Reading »

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Three Ways to Automate Your Email Marketing this Holiday Season

Miranda Paquet December 11, 2015

The holidays are a busy time for you, and your congregation. With so much going on, you may be wondering how you’ll stand out from the news and keep your community up-to-date. For a majority of organizations, email is the most effective tool for reaching donors, supporters, and volunteers during the busy holiday months. Constant… Continue Reading »

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Christmas CEOs

Chet Haney December 10, 2015

The joke was in poor taste. A pastor once declared, “I’m happy to announce we have some CEOs here this morning.” Everyone was like, “Really, wow,” trying not to be too obvious looking around to see really important people sitting nearby. He finished his joke saying, “yes, ‘Christmas and Easter Only.’” A few chortles, some… Continue Reading »

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Change For Change

Kendrea Moorer December 8, 2015

Have you ever found yourself feeling an enormous amount of anxiety as you sit in a ministry meeting, hearing your leader describe an upcoming alteration to the way you currently do ministry? The feeling can be paramount. It can be overtaking. Many of us begin to tune out the presenters dialogue and instantly start to… Continue Reading »

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