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Monthly Archives: January 2014


Ministry Impact Story: ReNew Church, Bradley, Illinois

Meredith Mahon Morris January 23, 2014

We are dedicated to reaching the next generation, equipping them to be passionate followers of Jesus Christ who make an eternal impact on our world. -Dan Bult, Pastor Seventeen years ago, Pastor Dan started House of Faith Church in Illinois. This past year, he felt the Lord urge him to redefine his ministry. So, they’ve… Continue Reading »


Beyond the Church Walls: How blogging can help pastors and churches

Amy Scott-Lundy January 15, 2014

As a pastor, your days are filled with staff meetings, hospital visits, counseling sessions, and fitting in your own quiet time with God, all while expecting the unexpected. With your growing to-do list, you strive to maintain relationships with long-time parishioners, welcome those new to your church, and be present in the community. Blogging is… Continue Reading »


Keeping Accurate Data and why it’s Important

Kelli Brannen January 14, 2014

In today’s world of technology, churches and organizations have access to many valuable tools to help them interact with their members, record contributions, and share information on the go. In ACS OnDemand and Realm, you have all of these capabilities and many more. However, in order to get the most out of valuable resources such… Continue Reading »


Momentum – Riding the Wave into 2014

John Gilman January 9, 2014

Momentum – this is a word used in sporting events to describe when one team suddenly is performing better than the other. The team then feeds off the positive energy to feel they can win and defeat the other team no matter what the scoreboard says. The BCS National Championship game played between Auburn and Florida… Continue Reading »


Ministry Impact Story: Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church, Marietta, GA

Meredith Mahon Morris January 9, 2014

A Church with a Mission The people of Atlanta, though located in the midst of the Bible belt, need God, and they need churches devoted to serving them with the Good News of Jesus Christ. In the early 80s, God began to gather people for a mission to serve all people with the gospel of… Continue Reading »


How Should Your Church Keep Score?

John Gilman January 7, 2014

Each church is different, but metrics matter. The church has always kept numbers. Jesus fed 5,000 people. Jesus trained the 12. He sent out 72, and there were 120 in the upper room. Jesus appeared to over 500 people after His resurrection. Peter’s first sermon resulted in 3,000 being added to the church. Paul met and… Continue Reading »


Ministry Impact Story: Birchman Baptist Church, Fort Worth, TX

Meredith Mahon Morris January 2, 2014

Managing the Tension Between Tradition and Trendsetting It’s not easy for a 111 year old church to stay cutting edge. Churches this old have a lot to offer. Generations have grown up in the church and appreciate its traditions, but successful churches manage the tension between tradition and trendsetting. Birchman Baptist Church in Fort Worth,… Continue Reading »

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