Most churches have data scattered among several software applications. This came about because in the past twenty years innovative programmers have developed applications that helped churches in ways that their old ChMS couldn't.
If I were a pastor writing to my congregation about texting to give. Here's the blog post, email and/or newsletter article I would write. Maybe it will give you some ideas or use it as it is, just change the phone number.
- Stewardship grows. Convenience and consistency increase giving.
- Seamlessly integrated. Contributions automatically post to donor's giving record.
- Save money. On monthly access and per transaction fees.
- State of the art simple.
- Service you know and trust.
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Easter is for Church what the Super Bowl is for football. Everything comes down to this. All the creativity, caring, dreams and hard work boil down to this annual celebration of the resurrection of Jesus. By his sacrifice alone, we are healed. This message changed the world. It changes people. Lots of people. People your church is called to love.
A few years ago, a fortune 100 executive, Russ Mcguire, wrote an article for Christian Computing Magazine identifying four technological revolutions in the past 40 years. Here are his four revolutions:
Yesterday, I did a workshop at the Southwest Small Groups conference in Las Vegas that my friend, Mark Howell, is hosting. The title of my workshop was Small Group Intelligence Software. I thought I would take a couple of weeks to share some of that content. Today, I'd like to consider the role of software in ministry. This diagram illustrates it well.
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When you want to improve church communication, you have to take into consideration the ways in which people communicate today. While printing out a weekly church bulletin and having a guestbook to sign may reach your older parishioners, younger generations are more interested in social media, emails and text messaging. As you work towards increasing new parishioner retention, you have to start reaching out to newcomers through technological means. When you want to get people who visit your church interested in what you have to offer, text messaging is an essential way to make this happen.
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