#GivingTuesday Online Giving Tips

Set Yourself Up for a Successful #GivingTuesday with Online Giving

Since #GivingTuesday began in 2012, it’s taken time for this global day of generosity to catch on. But, the impact noticeably grows year after year and, if you haven’t already, you should be focused on making it easier for your donors to participate with an easy and effective online giving solution. That’s why there’s no […]

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Church technology solutions

The Ultimate Church Tech Stack Bundle Guide

Some churches struggle when their systems fail to sync successfully. Others may have budgets that only allow for the adoption of a few vital pieces of software, leaving them with outdated systems or doing a lot of the work manually. The solution for any church dealing with these issues—or trying to avoid them—is bundling systems that work with each other. […]

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Maintaining Giving Throughout the Year: A Solution for Disruption

Disruption…boy, have we all felt that this year! Our churches are used to some attendance and giving fluctuation seasonally, but this has been like nothing this generation of church leaders has seen. Many of our churches were thrust into a digital space, ready or not. This digital space is probably not temporary, either.  More messages […]

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5 Tips for Taking Your Church Online

While a physical presence has always played a role in the way churches interact with communities, shelter-at-home orders present the unique challenge of taking church 100% online. Some churches already embrace technology and have a strong online following. Others need to relaunch their online church strategy. And many find themselves in uncharted waters when taking […]

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4 Undeniable Benefits of a Church Success Plan

Today’s post is written by Valerie Russell, Content Specialist for Ministry Brands. Multiple factors impact the health of your church such as online giving tools, your church management software, leadership, staff, budget, and the community. The key to success is that all these elements work together. Of course, this doesn’t happen on its own. It takes thoughtful […]

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Growth

The most important part of growth is retention. There are innate desires in every church to spread the Good News of the Gospel, to reach the “unchurched”, to minister to those in need, to be a valued resource in the communities they serve, to have congregants that are thriving spiritually. And to grow. There are […]

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