Geography matters!

Locating visitors from 2013 (red dots) and visitors from 2014 (green dots)

How to plan for multi-site expansion using ChMS analytics and data

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A safe place, always

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Imperatives — and strategies — for using technology to keep children secure

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Seraphim: The next generation of church management and congregational engagement

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When you think about a church management system, what comes to mind?

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Blessings beyond giving

Some giving kiosks — such as inLighten’s iGIVE model, above — offer an expanded set of utilities, such as allowing onscreen messaging when the kiosk is in idle mode, providing access to the church website, or enabling registration for events such as speakers series, special music events or mission trips.

Just as our churches’ mission is more than simply soliciting donations

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Bibles and Bible Software

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In this world with a plethora of biblical resources, which Bibles and Bible software programs are the best now

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A pastor’s perspective

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How technology can help you respond in times of risk and crisis

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I repeat myself

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The cancellation or reinforcement in various sound frequency ranges is a function of the distance from the sound source to the room walls.

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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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