Faithlife upgraded Logos Bible Software to Logos 10 in October. The new version comes with some awesome under-the-hood updates that will help users. In addition, they’ve added a few useful features on each platform, including the desktop/laptop version, and the mobile version that runs on an iPhone, iPad, or Android device. They also gave some love to their Logos Web App, which appeals to ChromeOS users.
The holiday season is here, and with it, lots of opportunities for giving. Church attendees are ready and willing to support a campaign, but it's up to the leaders to communicate clearly and inspire participation.
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.
What’s the latest tech hack to greatly simplify church communications? QR codes. Instead of listing off announcements, directing people to a giving page, or manually sending texts—people just scan the code and that’s it. No app required and minimal setup on the backend. Here are some easy ways to implement them at your church.
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