Installing a church giving kiosk can be a great way for churches to streamline their giving process overall. By having a central kiosk where people can give, it makes it easy and convenient for everyone involved. There are many conveniences to using a church giving kiosk — keep reading for our round-up of the best benefits.
There are many elements that go into a good church website. One area that consistently causes trouble, though, is the giving page. The problem comes from balancing the need for a church online giving option with the desire to avoid plastering requests for donations all over your site. We have a solution.
Have you noticed the digital giving trends on church websites? Having grown by 21% in 2020 alone, online giving is an area of leadership that deserves our full attention. Let's explore the ways churches can reduce friction in the giving process and cast vision along the way.
It’s a good idea for churches to have an online giving platform established for attendees of all ages and stages of life. In addition to enabling a smoother collection process, it's also a great opportunity to introduce digital solutions to more people.
The world has gone online. These days, everything is increasingly digital, and everyone is increasingly comfortable transferring money online, whether it's for purchases or donations. As church leaders, there are a few lessons you can learn from the expert in all things online and digital to increase online giving from your congregation: Amazon.
Recognizing the continued need for church leaders to offer online worship services for the foreseeable future, Faithlife, makers of integrated church technology products including Logos Bible Software, is hosting “All Together. Different.,” a live webinar event on February 23, to provide insight into tools and tips for creating an engaging virtual service. World-famous worship leader Don Moen and Christian music artists Shane & Shane will join as special guests.
A new survey of churches across America reveals a turnaround for church financial health — halting a downward trend in offerings caused by COVID-19. The findings are welcome news for churches as the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) launches the second annual Bless Your Pastor (BlessYourPastor.org) campaign to equip churches for October Pastor Appreciation Month.
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