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Realm Messaging and Your Church

Erin McManaway September 14, 2017

Sometimes you need to communicate to someone in your church quickly. This may be when a meeting time has changed, or you want to check in with the Johnson’s because you just heard Dan was in the hospital. There are so many situations where having real-time messaging can make a huge difference. Realm Connect and… Continue Reading »

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Budgeting Toward the Sweet Spot

James Clyburn August 29, 2017

It’s about that time again. Time to enter your ministry budget, get everything just right and hold your breath during the approval process. Oftentimes, it’s the unforeseen things that can wreak havoc on a budget. Even those of you who have been budgeting for years could run into new experiences. Is your church growing rapidly? How’s… Continue Reading »

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Is your Church in the Cloud?

John Gilman August 21, 2017

On paper, the Church is an organization. In reality, the Church is an organism. Each one is unique. Each one has many parts. And each one needs to stay connected, even when they aren’t gathered. The most prevailing description and analogy related to the Church in scripture is a Body. In fact, the apostle Paul… Continue Reading »

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Cultivating a Well-Rounded Ministry

John Gilman May 4, 2017

Piloting a helicopter demands one’s complete attention to control the madness of the multiple parts of the machine. Pilots lean on 3 dimensional thinking to navigate the constant roll, pitch and yaw and move in the desired direction. It reminds me of the skills needed to operating a successful church. Cultivating a well rounded ministry… Continue Reading »

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Taking Care of Your Staff Post-Easter

Meredith Mahon Morris April 18, 2017

Holidays like Easter are often a time of high attendance and celebrating the decisions made for Christ during the services we worked so hard to implement and run. This can mean long hours and staff members missing out on time with family during the holiday. It is important as a leader of a dedicated staff to make… Continue Reading »

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Ministry Impact Story – New Hope Baptist Church, Hermitage, TN

Jennifer Byrd December 19, 2016

New Hope Baptist Church in Hermitage, TN is often referred to as “The church on the corner” and for very good reason. The church started with about 30 people back in 1846. As the area grew, so did the church. New Hope has become a cornerstone of the community because of their mission to go… Continue Reading »

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4 Ways to Honor your Pastor this Fall… and Beyond

Meredith Mahon Morris September 19, 2016

October is quickly approaching! And if you didn’t already know, October is Pastor Appreciation Month. While it certainly doesn’t rank up there with Christmas or Valentine’s Day as a nationally celebrated Hallmark holiday, it does bear value in helping us remember to honor the leadership in our churches. Our pastors and church leadership have very… Continue Reading »

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Stop Fighting Phone use in Youth Groups

John Gilman August 12, 2016

The first cell phones were introduced to the common consumer in the early 1990’s with high cost and bulkiness mainly for use in cars.  In 2007, everything changed with the introduction of the first iPhone.  Today, almost everyone has a smartphone of some kind that is used for practically everything.  Technology has advanced so far… Continue Reading »

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