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Lead Pastor Uses Personalized Video Platform to Extend Ministry

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Read how Powder Springs First United Methodist Church pastor connects with his ministry with Thankview, an easy-to-use personalized video platform.

Read how Powder Springs First United Methodist pastor connects with church members with Thankview.

Read how Powder Springs First United Methodist Church pastor connects with his ministry with Thankview, an easy-to-use personalized video platform.

Roger Vest, the lead pastor at Powder Springs First United Methodist Church in Powder Springs, Georgia, uses Thankview, a personalized video platform, to connect with his congregation. 

“As our ministry continues in a hybrid way (physical and digital), it has become harder to stay in touch in a meaningful and personal way with both our members and the people in our community.”

Thankview is the perfect solution for keeping in contact safely and communicating face-to-face, all through the digital platform. 

Vest likes digital solutions — like software, apps, and others —  and seeing how he can blend the new and the old.

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As a result, he purchased Thankview through Pond. Some of its features include custom branding for landing pages, video creation and distribution, and an intuitive tracker and database for actionable metrics.

Read how Powder Springs First United Methodist Church pastor connects with his ministry with Thankview, an easy-to-use personalized video platform.

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Read how Powder Springs First United Methodist Church pastor connects with his ministry with Thankview, an easy-to-use personalized video platform.

Vest and his church especially use Thankview to make quality personalized videos quickly, allowing them to be in ministry from a distance.

His favorite aspect of Thankview is its easy learning curve: it is fairly easy to use for both techs and non-techs staff as well as members of his church.

We talked to a pastor who loves using Thankview to keep in touch with his congregation. He likes the easy learning curve: it’s easy for techs, non-techs, and laypeople alike. Click To Tweet

Thankview also has multiple possible integrations with tools that they are already using. Some of its integrations include:

  • Gmail
  • PayPal
  • Mailchimp
  • Hubspot 
  • CauseVox

If Vest could change anything about Thankview, he would add more specific case studies for local churches.

While they are still getting used to the platform, Vest would recommend Thankview to others. He loves the possibilities Thankview can offer to enhance their pastoral care and ministry.

Use a church management system to keep up with your congregation. Read about 5 Effective Ways to Use Your Church Management System to Strengthen Retention.

What is the latest purchase you made for your church? We’d love to hear and share your review!

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