The best place to connect with parents on Sunday morning is when they check-in their kids. This is just as true for your members and regular attenders as it is for your guests. You may already be using that time to start the follow-up process. If not, see section D in the check-in view. But, why not use the same opportunity to capture attendance for everything everyone in the family is attending or serving in that morning?
He will turn the hearts of the parents to their children, and the hearts of the children to their parents; or else I will come and strike the land with total destruction. Malachi 4:6
In the last blog I shared ideas on how to best use our church database to recruit volunteers. This is a huge effort for many church staff every late summer and early fall. But, the rest of the year is about helping these volunteers thrive and succeed in their ministry. Here are some ideas on how to use Churchteams to help you make sure your volunteers have as positive an experience as possible.
A client/friend set up a call with me recently to talk about the best way to set up their groups for volunteer scheduling. As we talked, I realized that it might be helpful to do a blog post to help church volunteers and staff consider how to set up volunteer teams to make scheduling as easy as possible.
The only thing worse than a child being hurt or abused by an older child or adult is that hurt or abuse happening in Church. This concern keeps those of us bent on child safety awake at night. There is no greater concern for safety in church ministry than this. The liability and legal issue is important, but even more important is the authentic concern pastors have for their families, parents have for their kids and kids have for their friends. Here are three common challenges to child safety every church faces.
How would you like your church to deal with a massive lawsuit over the security of children in your ministry? You’d hate it, right? Dumb questions? Not really.
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With each passing month, more churches begin using children’s check-in software. That’s why more and more church management software (ChMS or CMS) companies are adding new check-in options to their products. As the number of choices increase, choosing the right software might become difficult. So here are a few questions to ask yourself when considering your kid’s check-in options:
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