What tools do you use to manage the different ministry areas of your church?
You might find that every ministry has different needs, which calls for different tools to track what needs to get done for each. Wouldn't it be great if you could find all those tools on the same platform?
Here are 7 church management systems that let you do just that! These systems can also help you with online registration, making event planning and registration a breeze.
In past years, we have separated how businesses and churches run. The church isn’t about making a profit and getting more revenue, but that doesn’t mean there are a lot of things we can learn about operations and efficiency.
Are you the type who sees a mess and ignores it, or one who can’t do anything else until the mess is clean? Even if you tend to face the mess head-on, sometimes the hardest part can be knowing where to start. Like any system, to keep Planning Center working most efficiently, you will want to clean up your data at regular intervals. Below are some suggested steps to get this process going.
The gospel is the underlying secret to a healthy spiritual church. But this doesn’t mean that churches should ignore the resources God has provided to amplify the gospel message. Today, we have the privilege of having access to numerous tech tools that are specifically designed to help ministries thrive.
Seldom do we associate the interpersonal aspects of running a church with workflow and management systems. However, there is a lot to say about having a workflow that helps you connect with people, notice and follow up on new people, start conversations with new believers, and empower ministry leaders to do this, too.
In past years, many of us have separated how businesses run from how churches run. The church isn’t about making a profit and getting more revenue, but that doesn’t mean there are a lot of things we can learn about operations, efficiency, and even the techniques of onboarding.
Today, more than 41% of US households have a Smart Speaker in their home. What if churches could communicate with individuals using this kind of technology? What if we could provide daily encouragement and spiritual food for listeners? Good news! Churches are already using this technology to connect with their congregation, and you can, too.
Oftentimes, we can make some very bold statements about how churches feel about technology, what they value, or what tools they are prioritizing. But instead of relying on assumptions to answer, Pushpay decided to ask the technology decision-makers and influencers themselves who are figuring out how to harness technology to help them meet their ministry needs.
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