Note: We respect the real leaders in ministry who are doing ministry day in and day out. Because of that, we like to bring you… Read More »How to: Encourage Your Volunteers to Use Your Check-in System
Contribution Statement Heaven by Rhonda Howell Contributions statements are formal statements you can mail to each contributor. Using the various report options, you can customize… Read More »How to Send Contributions Statements – ACS eNews
The bottom line is that cross-training now can save you much stress, time, and heartache later. Don’t wait until the star of the show takes a two-week vacation to the Bahamas.
Here’s a story about how one of our clients, Faith Christian Center in Jacksonville, Fla., handles some of the technology demands of a modern ministry.… Read More »Tools for Entrepreneurial Churches: Macs, iPads, Apps and More
Our meeting in Atlanta last week has to be the best conference ever – this year’s attendance of 850 clients was a record year. We were able to take more of our staff this year and when you include clients, staff, and exhibitors, there were 1000 people at the conference.
One increasingly popular use for Apple iPads is check-in. One advantage is that iPads are totally portable, plus they can be used for other purposes when not being used as a check-in station.
An e-mail newsletter is an efficient and environmentally friendly way to keep your congregants aware of your church’s activities without having to regularly visit a website or social media outlet. Even though it’s a great tool, your church’s newsletter probably involves a love/hate relationship. It keeps your congregants informed, so they love it, but you spend so much time preparing it that you hate it.