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Ministry Impact Story: Covenant Love Church, Fayetteville, NC

Meredith Mahon Morris November 13, 2013

A Church Family Stays Connected at Home and Around the World. The Background. Covenant Love Church in Fayetteville, NC is a megachurch that doesn’t act like a megachurch. Kristin Brice, Administrative Assistant to the Executive Pastor explains, “We have a large church body, but we’re family oriented. We’re blessed that the church itself is one… Continue Reading »


Mobile Apps that Promote Spiritual Health

Erin McManaway November 12, 2013

Tis the season for giving, and this year, a phone or tablet might be on your gifting (or receiving) list. Whether you pick up the newest Apple device, explore the wide possibilities of Android technology, or just receive a gift card for iTunes or Google Play, mobile apps remain the heart of any mobile experience…. Continue Reading »


Ministry Impact Story: Mill Creek Community Church, Shawnee, KS

Meredith Mahon Morris October 29, 2013

Connecting People to Grow in Christ. The History. Mill Creek Community Church in Shawnee, KS is a church committed to connecting people to grow in Christ. “Our vision is to gather and scatter. We gather on Sundays to celebrate in worship and hear solid biblical teaching” says Stephanie Spandet, Financial Administrative Assistant. “Throughout the week,… Continue Reading »


Ministry Impact Story: Winston-Salem First

Meredith Mahon Morris October 14, 2013

Can a church of 3,000 people put their city first? Yes, Winston-Salem First makes it happen. Soon after Dr. Mike and Darla Rakes became the lead pastors, a dramatic shift in ministry focus took place. They changed their name from First Assembly of God to Winston-Salem First. Any time a church changes its name, people… Continue Reading »


Ministry Impact Story: The Bible Chapel

Meredith Mahon Morris September 17, 2013

Connecting Campuses Across a City The History The Bible Chapel was born in 1963 when nine couples began meeting, praying, and studying the scriptures together in McMurray, Pennsylvania. It has experienced a stream of steady growth as the area has changed and the congregation has matured. The Bible Chapel rests on the love and sacrifice… Continue Reading »


The Church, Disasters, and Social Media

Amy Scott-Lundy September 10, 2013

Churches aren’t immune from disasters and should prepare ahead of time for possible catastrophes so they can continue to function and serve, not just their own flock, but also the larger community.  The time to make decisions on your priorities, services you’ll provide, staff preparation, and communication options, is now, not during the event. Crafting… Continue Reading »


4 Steps to Implement New Groups with The City

John Gilman August 22, 2013

Churches who are starting small groups need a plan. A small group campaign is a great way to get small groups off the ground.  Mark Howell, LifeWay’s Small Group Specialist and founder of wrote a great article on Top 5 Keys to Starting New Groups — Lots of New Groups for Here are… Continue Reading »


Taking Your Events to The City

Erin McManaway July 11, 2013

Bringing people together for worship, learning, or fun is what church community is all about. However, a lot of time and effort can go into planning events, organizing resources, and managing attendees. For churches who have already integrated ACS People Suite with The City, reaching out to church members with event information and providing online registration just got… Continue Reading »


Iron Sharpens Iron: Connecting churches

Meredith Mahon Morris May 7, 2013

You know what’s really cool about working for a company like ACS Technologies? Watching the ways that we help other churches connect with each other. I’ve seen it at our user groups, where our clients who live and work near each other get together to help share tips and ideas and to problem solve. And… Continue Reading »

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