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2017 Ideas to Impact Conference Recap

Kaitlyn Grooms June 19, 2017

We were back in Nashville this year for the Ideas to Impact Conference. For those of you who weren’t able to join us, here’s a quick visual review: Our salespeople, trainers, product owners, and researchers were there to serve you. We became known as the “gray shirts”, and our number one goal was to take… Continue Reading »

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Recharge Church Staff During the Slow Summer

John Gilman July 9, 2016

Summer slows things down in churches. Families take vacation, programs dial down, and staff members prepare for the next season of ministry. Slower summers are perfect times to invest in your church  staff. Too many pastors and ministry leaders burn out because they don’t take time to rest and refocus. I’ve seen pastors, especially missionaries,… 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 Dos and Don’ts of Church First Impressions

John Gilman February 16, 2016

A recent Harvard Study says that we make two snap judgements every time we meet someone. Can I trust this person? Can I respect this person? If we can’t answer, “yes” to both questions, we move on and look for other relationships. When people walk in your church they’re making decisions about you that will… Continue Reading »

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Make a Lasting Impression with Your Welcome Team

Jennifer Byrd February 8, 2016

Another football season is behind us, leaving fans in agony and non-fans relieved that life can return to normal. Even though the season’s over, it wouldn’t be responsible to let a season go by without extrapolating a good football analogy and apply it to ministry. Here goes. Most football fans gravitate toward the marquee positions:… Continue Reading »

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Six Ways to Keep Schools Safe

Mike Faber August 18, 2015

“School days, school days, good old Golden Rule days” Remember that ditty from years past? Perhaps you’re not of a “certain age” to recall it; as a kid I think my buddies and I amended the wording a bit to reflect our personal opinions about the end of summer vacation and a return to the… Continue Reading »

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8 Tips to Help you Get the Most out of the Ideas to Impact Conference

Carol Brown April 14, 2015

If you haven’t signed up for the Ideas to Impact conference that’s being held in Dallas, Texas May 26 – 29, there’s still time to register. If you’re going, here are some ideas to help you get the most from the conference. Decide What you Want to Learn Make a list of things you want… Continue Reading »

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6 Tips to Help Your Church Staff Embrace Technology

Carol Brown November 12, 2014

What’s a Pastor to do? If you are on church staff or volunteer at a church, you probably know that change can be difficult, and changes dealing with technology can be even harder. Consider the following: Scenario 1 – A committee knew their church needed some specific task software and spent considerable time and effort reviewing… Continue Reading »

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Are You Up-to-Date or In the Dust?

Kaitlyn Grooms March 11, 2014

Church information management has come a long way – from paper documents in a file cabinet, to digital files in a database. You strive to ensure your church data is updated and accurate, and you should strive just as much to ensure that your church software is up-to-date. But Why? At ACS Technologies, we constantly… Continue Reading »

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Features at your fingertips: How ACS Desktop can work for you

Kelli Brannen August 15, 2013

Many times in the world of technology, there are resources available to us that we are not aware of. Sometimes we get frustrated trying to find a way to perform certain tasks, and we wonder if it is even possible. You may have run into these situations with the ACS software wondering, “How can I… Continue Reading »

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