Bring-your-own-device polices

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Key considerations for developing one at your own church

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Should your ministry “friend” job candidates on facebook?

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By Dan Watson Many employers know that the fastest way to learn about job applicants is to Google their names and see what pops up on social media sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter. While social media might be an excellent source of information, you should be aware of the legal and ethical issues […]

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Protecting youth

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How to develop an adult electronic communication policy

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Studying the options

You need Bible study software. But, how do you pick the right one?

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Back to basics

How to build a church website that really works

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The evolution of church management software

From data to disciple-making, this critical ministry tool has come a long way.

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Get (and keep) their attention — with software

By Sam Batterman How to mobilize ChMS as a congregational engagement tool When thinking about church management software, what images come to mind? •    Back office personnel madly typing endless notes into complicated profiles only they understand? •    Trying to get the right incantation to extract the right data into the report which the pastor […]

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Church management software matters (a lot)

Take the time to be strategic with your decision. You’ll be glad you did.

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Software to the rescue

Three churches find easy-to-use Web-based solutions to their room scheduling, facility management and online ticketing challenges.

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Must-haves for CMS users

According to John Connell, sales and marketing director at Elizabethtown, PA-based Elexio, three CMS characteristics are most critical among today’s churches: simple, scalable and “platform-agnostic.” Simple. “Without question, a CMS should have tools that are easy to navigate and update,” he emphasizes. Although Connell acknowledges that church-based users are more tech-savvy than ever, they’re also […]

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