Church Executive Roundtable: Church Management Systems & Software (Part 2)

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This summer — at the National Association of Church Business Administration (NACBA) annual conference — Church Executive hosted a live roundtable on a timely topic: church management systems and software. Several high-level ChMS executives joined together to share their expertise.

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Roundtable: Church management systems & software (part 1)

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      Our Roundtable Panel Shelby Systems: Mark White, Director of Business Development Cool Solutions Group: Tim Cool, Chief Solutions Officer and Project Facilitator Elexio: John Connell, COO; Allen Ratta; Mark Kitts, Lead Software Architect ACS Technologies: Marvin Owen, President; Russ Fortier, Manager of Training and Implementation Services Seraphim Software: Sam Batterman, Co-founder / […]

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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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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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