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KidCheck Launches Mobile Check-in App

Imagine a world where kids’ check-in wasn’t tied to a kiosk, a desktop computer, or any kind of permanent station. What if a volunteer at each door to your church could quickly check-in kids without headache – [...]

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The Shift to Visual Social Media [Infographic]

What began with websites, became dynamic websites or “blogs.” The humble Blog attracted interaction, comments and community-building around posts or articles of 500-1000+ words in length.  Then posts became shorter and we embraced Facebook, and then shorter again [...]

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5 Possible Crowdfunding Solutions for Your Next Church Project

[This article on crowdfunding is the first in a series of three articles by Jeremy Smith on the topic of using online crowdfunding software to raise funds for everything from missions work to building needs. Stay [...]

3 Things Your Church can Learn wikipedia
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3 Things Your Church can Learn from Wikipedia

I was recently helping my son with his homework. He asked me a question about a concept and I was having difficulty explaining it well. So I consulted the resource every parent has relied on for [...]

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Top 10 Church Technology Articles of 2014 [Part 1]

Having just crossed the half way mark of 2014, we thought it would be fun to list out the top 10 articles from ChurchTechToday. Time flies when your having fun, doing ministry, achieving goals, and changing [...]