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Timely Training and Resources for Attendance Promotion

Amy Scott-Lundy July 7, 2017

As a church administrator, you probably have a daily routine and understand how to use ACS Technologies’ software to meet your church’s needs. You’re an expert when it comes to daily and weekly reports and procedures, but what about software tasks that come along once a year- like attendance promotion? We’ve developed several resources, such… Continue Reading »

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The Social Scene: Choosing the Best Social Media Networks for Your Church

Amy Scott-Lundy March 2, 2017

Almost every few months, a new social networking website emerges. Long-established social media networks such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube are popular and well-known, but newcomers like Instagram and Snapchat have quickly gained ground. For most of us, but especially busy church administrators, learning the ins and outs of social media can be time-consuming and… Continue Reading »

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Jump-starting your Holiday Giving Season with #GivingTuesday

Amy Scott-Lundy November 3, 2016

With the holidays on the horizon, it’s a busy season for churches. Your leadership and staff are planning for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and 2017 pledge and giving campaigns. However, another charitable movement you may want to plan for is Giving Tuesday, which is November 29, 2016. Giving Tuesday is a global day of giving observed on… Continue Reading »

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On the Road Again: Safety Tips for Church Vehicles

Amy Scott-Lundy April 6, 2016

In the church safety series, we’ve discussed forming a safety team and steps to take to make your church safer. Keeping your members and attendees safe doesn’t end when you leave the church grounds. Many churches use church vehicles to transport those who are otherwise unable to come to church and for off-campus events so… Continue Reading »

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Make Your Church the Safest Place in Town for Kids: Safety Policies for Your Children’s Ministry

Amy Scott-Lundy March 30, 2016

Now that we’ve discussed establishing a safety team, preventing and treating medical emergencies at your church, and addressing your building’s physical grounds, let’s discuss child safety. No matter how large or small your church is, keeping kids safe at church functions should be a priority. Even if your church has a vibrant children’s curriculum, passionate… Continue Reading »

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From the Outside Looking in: Safe Church Buildings and Property

Amy Scott-Lundy March 23, 2016

So far, we’ve discussed forming a church safety team and helping your church deal prepare for potential medical emergencies. However, installing first aid kits and training volunteers in basic first aid is only the first step of keeping your church safe. While we may think of the church as the people within our congregations rather… Continue Reading »

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A Healthy Church is a Safe One: Handling Medical Incidents at your Church

Amy Scott-Lundy March 16, 2016

In the first article of the series, we discussed establishing a church safety and security committee. Once you form a committee, addressing medical needs should be one of your first tasks. While some safety concerns vary based on the church’s location or size, medical emergencies can occur in urban churches or rural churches, along with… Continue Reading »

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The Dream Team: Establishing a Church Safety Committee

Amy Scott-Lundy March 12, 2016

Living in Charleston, I’ve witnessed the Emanuel AME Church tragedy’s local impact. From memorial services and fundraisers to marching band halftime shows and walk/run events, everyone in Charleston has come together to remember the victims in different ways. Local places of worship have also addressed safety concerns and developed plans of action if a crisis… Continue Reading »

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Connecting Ideas: Promoting your Church’s Social Media Posts with Hashtags

Amy Scott-Lundy June 23, 2015

Social media is known for connecting individuals. Hashtags, one of social media’s features, provide a way to connect ideas and content. If you’re new to social media or don’t use the internet much outside of your church office, here’s a quick primer on hashtags and how they can help you increase the reach of your… Continue Reading »

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(Visually) Appealing to the Masses: Instagram for your Church

Amy Scott-Lundy January 13, 2015

The world of technology, especially social media, changes so quickly that it’s hard to keep up with new trends, tools, and social media platforms, and one newer social networking platform you may be less familiar with is Instagram. Instagram is a free photo and video sharing application featuring digital filters that soften or dull the… Continue Reading »

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