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Need Mobile Church Equipment? We’ve Got You

Choosing equipment for a mobile church is significantly different than choosing equipment for a permanent church building. What are the competing values that impact your mobile church equipment selection? Here are three values that make mobile equipment different from permanent.

5 Factors To Consider When Choosing Bible Software

Bible software can be a great resource for Bible study, graduate studies, sermon prep, personal devotions, group reading plans, and the list goes on. But with so many different options on the market, it can be hard to know which one is right for you. The following considerations will help.

5 Ways to Help Your Church Members Plan for Increased Giving

If the people in your church don’t know smart ways to handle finances, they have fewer funds available to give. And what extra money they may otherwise have had can easily be gobbled up by forgotten subscription renewals or a mistaken idea of how much they’re spending. Many want to give more, they just don’t have the financial know-how to make it happen.

The Hidden Cost of Using the Wrong Tech for Your Small Church

As a leader in a small church, you can’t afford to let church technology stand in the way of relationships. Technology can’t—and shouldn’t—replace relationships. Instead, it needs to empower the people of your church to deepen relationships with one another.

5 Best Low-Cost Church Computers for Pastors

Pastors, ministers and church staff don't make a ton of money unless you're a famous TV preacher, so they have to be careful when spending money on their church computer. We want something that's affordable and powerful enough to keep running even if the pastor or staff member needs to multitask. That's why we decided to offer a round-up of the best low-cost church computers for the pastor, ministry staff, and other users at church.

Holiday Gift Giving Guide [Infographic]

We all know and realize that most pastors and ministry staff operate on tight church and personal budgets. It's just the reality of being in ministry. Expensive degrees and copious years of schooling to do not promise a luxurious salary. However, if you get creative (or have a spouse who works at a more high-paying position) this doesn't have to be a deterrent to being in ministry. At Christmastime, however, often we feel the penny-pinch both in our church finances and in our personal finances.

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