Have you ever wished there was a way to make sure everyone who asked for something from you or your church got what they needed?
I just Googled "church response cards" and there are some great blog posts and articles on why use them as well as best practices on how. However, when Sunday afternoon or Monday comes, it all boils down to one thing ... entering all this information into the database. Only then can all the other assimilation processes and workflows be launched. The best way to do that in Churchteams is by using Check-in.
The heart of our calling as church staff and pastors is to provide the tools to make sure people are connected, cared for, discipled and launched into ministry. Intrinsically, we know that technology ought to be able to help us accomplish this. Here are 2 ways automation through technology can serve your ministry.
It is no secret that the best way to collect data on Sunday morning is through children's check-in. The reasons are obvious:
Last week we released the Workflow feature and blogged on the details of that release. In this post, we'll show you how to build a Workflow in four steps. Give it a try and then, if it's helpful, share this post with fellow staff members and others.
Ready to automate some of those important but repetitious communication and follow-up tasks? Workflows are here and just released! Read this post carefully to get the details.
So far in this series we've looked at how assimilation relates to evenagelism and discipleship. We've talked about it being a process that is more complex than it appears and that groups are a great way to shepherd people at different places on a spiritual continuum toward the same goal of full church engagement. Today's topic is more traditional in nature, but with a little twist. It's on using attributes - pieces of information you track on a person's individual profile - as benchmarks.