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Who’s faring well? Relational resilience during COVID-19

(above) Trinity Western University in Canada By Bill Strom, PhD, Seven weeks after the World Health Organization’s announcement that COVID-19 was a pandemic, I was fortunate to gather information from 781 people living in varying degrees of social isolation, in an effort to discover who is most at risk as the pandemic continues, and how […]

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3 Tips for Streamlining Church Maintenance Operations

By Bryan Christiansen  Church maintenance management often comes with a two-fold challenge – having qualified staff to provide sufficient attention for each asset and providing funds to maintain the physical facilities over time. This unique dilemma exists mainly because a large majority of a church’s staff usually work part-time or are volunteers, and churches are […]

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Christian Community Credit Union Donates to International Ministries’ Beirut Blast Relief Effort

Christian Community Credit Union donated $10,000 to International Ministries’ (IM) relief effort in response to the devastating explosion in Beirut, Lebanon. IM has global servants serving in the area who can offer immediate help to those affected by the blast. The funds for the donation come from the Credit Union’s “Cards that Give to Missions” […]

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Custom Sound Designs welcomes a new Principal Consultant

Custom Sound Design Group, Inc. announced Greg Bacus will be joining as a Principal Consultant. According to CSD, Bacus is bringing a wealth of experience to the CSD team. He has spent more than 20 years working in America’s fastest-growing and most innovative multi-site churches, using his knowledge to expand their vision and fulfill their […]

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Bose Professional Introduces a 12-Week Giveaway for Worship Leaders

Bose Professional has announced its Bose Church Giveaway, beginning August 10 and running for 12 weeks, where church leaders can enter to win a weekly prize. Winners have a choice between a Bose S1 Pro multi-position portable PA or a pair of the new Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 UC. To enter for a chance to […]

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Church uses WiFi-powered assistive listening technology to improve churchgoers’ experience

With 350–400 congregants, Boulevard Baptist Church is part of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. About 60% of its members are 50 and older, and 30% are younger families. The tech-savvy church has a long history of live-streaming its worship services every week—even before COVID-19. When the new pastor started at Boulevard Baptist Church, older members of […]

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Church Tech + Giving: What’s New — and What’s Next?

In this new interview, Tithe.ly CEO Dean Sweetman, COO Frank Barry, and Church Executive Editor in Chief RaeAnn Slaybaugh discuss: Current church tech trends How COVID has changed church giving The future of church technology

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It’s time to think about your mission, vision and strategy

Defining each one can help your church make a greater impact By Matt VanGent I learned to drive before smartphones with GPS were commonplace. If I wanted to go somewhere new, I needed to do a little homework first. Do you remember the routine? Find the address, look it up on a map (or later, […]

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Careful. Considered. Coordinated.

One large Texas church proves the best church building outcomes are all of the above By RaeAnn Slaybaugh Having undergone a few previous building projects, Senior Pastor Dr. Jimmy Pritchard and his team knew exactly what (and who) they were looking for: the right partners. From the architect, to the A/V/L systems integrator, to the […]

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Identity theft is on the rise: don’t become a victim

By Alex Kim, CFP®, MBA, CPA Identity theft is on the rise during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to IDentity USA, a provider of identity monitoring, protection and recovery. Experts predict 1 in 4 people in the United States will be victims of this growing crime trend as more people work from home. Cyber criminals hope […]

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