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Ministry Impact Story: Clemson Presbyterian Church

Meredith Mahon Morris March 28, 2017

Clemson Presbyterian Church, situated at the edge of Clemson University, has been given a unique opportunity to serve both the university community and their community at large. The church’s story is a reflection of who they are today – their origins, their demographic, their ministry, and their vision for the future. Founded nearly 30 years… Continue Reading »

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Good Samaritan Episcopal Church: A Church Without Walls

Rain Soles March 13, 2017

Good Samaritan Episcopal Church in Brownsburg, IN, a suburb of Indianapolis, has purposed to live out their mission of becoming “Followers of Jesus with open minds and hearts to serve.” They are a growing community of open-minded and open-hearted Christians who seek to do what Jesus did, love and accept people from all walks of life.  Unlike most churches, Good… Continue Reading »

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3 Reasons People will Give to your Church

Meredith Mahon Morris March 8, 2017

Fact: More people in your church want to give than are currently giving. Fact: Some people are looking for a reason to give to your church. Fact: Some churches make giving unnecessarily complicated and inconvenient. Here are 3 reasons people will give to your church. People don’t give to your ministry’s organization; they give to… Continue Reading »

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First Church Sterling Heights Focuses on Building Stronger Community

Rain Soles February 23, 2017

We are excited for our ministry partners, First Church Sterling Heights, and how they are reaching their goals of building community. Sterling Heights is a suburb of Detroit, Michigan. First Church was founded in 1962 by Carl and Mary Hill, retired seniors who had a burdened heart to minister to children.  As fate would have… Continue Reading »

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7 Steps to Launching A Successful Ministry

John Gilman February 21, 2017

Don’t fly a plane before it’s built. Don’t move into a house that’s under construction and don’t launch a ministry before it’s ready. I’ve seen many people with a love for God and a heart for people launch ministries with enthusiasm that haven’t lasted. I’ve seen small groups fail, youth outreaches come and go, churches… Continue Reading »

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Ministry Impact Story: Worthington Christian Church

Meredith Mahon Morris February 15, 2017

Worthington Christian Church, located outside of Columbus, OH, is on a mission to fulfill the Great Commission: to make disciples, so that they can then go out into the world to make disciples, as Christ commanded. Since their beginnings over 40 years ago, the church has been dedicated to fulfilling their vision: “To make and… Continue Reading »

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What Role Does Data Have In The Church?

Meredith Mahon Morris January 27, 2017

Companies like Amazon, Netflix and Capital One, among countless others, use enormous databases to tailor their products and services to fit their customer’s needs. They develop new products, offer specialized services and reduce costs while satisfying customers and increasing company revenue. Politicians spend millions of dollars to collect and analyze massive data sets that help… Continue Reading »

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Moving Your Church to the Cloud

Mark Thompson January 13, 2017

What is the Cloud, and Why Make the Change? Cloud computing is when you store your records on computers that aren’t kept at your church. But you access and update them from any phone or computer that has Internet. “The Cloud” just sounds much cooler than “the Internet”, so the term’s caught on. The software… Continue Reading »

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Realm Custom Queries

Mark Thompson December 20, 2016

Did you know that—in mere seconds—you can locate everybody in your church who shares the same marital status, denominational background, or birth month? You can find all your congregants who live in the same zip code area and play the piano or who use Facebook and Twitter. Any combination of characteristics that you record in… Continue Reading »

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