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Pushpay and The Potter’s House helped the children of incarcerated parents enjoy a festive holiday season  The Potter’s House is a non-denominational church in Fort Worth, Texas with 2,000 members. They work together all year round to help others in the community and across the world feel the love of Christ. But during the holiday […]

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Content is king, but how can you lower your cost to create and store it?

By Philip Grossman The old adage “Content is king” is truer today than ever. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then 1 minute of video at 30 frames per second is worth 30,000 words.  But, what is the cost of content? More importantly, is there a way to reduce that cost?  Yes, there […]

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SANDY THAILING & CHURCH OF THE RESURRECTION: Maximizing the video team’s creative potential — despite COVID challenges

Content creation without barriers By RaeAnn Slaybaugh Having worked with Church of the Resurrection (COR.org) in Leawood, Kansas, in some capacity for more than 20 years, it is safe to say Sandy Thailing knows everything there is to know about its video production setup.  Aside from his extensive work with this very large church, Thailing […]

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How to maximize your ChMS data

Even during COVID, you can use your info to engage new visitors, drive more effective discipleship, and re-connect with at-risk members As churches shift to all-digital (or mostly digital) strategies during COVID, are there opportunities to gather important data on new “visitors”? Senneff: When many people are engaging online, understanding who’s attending is a real […]

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Amidst the pandemic, U.S. churches increase online church accounting software investment

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By Marcus Wagner AcctTwo, a leading provider of online church accounting software and nonprofit financial services, recently reported that the U.S. church sector has accelerated investments in financial and accounting solutions in 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. AcctTwo has increased its church clients by 10% since February 2020 and continues to see more demand, up 136% […]

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Increase engagement, streamline ministry management — and solve some of today’s toughest ministry problems

By Troy Pollock COVID-19 has forced churches across the nation to transition to a digital-first strategy to engage their congregations. However, in meeting with some of today’s leading churches and discussing the implementation of technology, one of the biggest pain points they communicate is the lack of seamless integration between their systems and tools. In […]

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Q&A: Want peak buildings performance?

It’s possible to know how your facilities are doing … without stepping foot on campus Many church executives won’t be familiar with the term “telemetry.” What is it, and how does it apply to their roles as large-church leaders and managers? Bob Swanger, MBA, LEED AP: Telemetrysm Powered by Harris, is a proprietary process to […]

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Remote control

During COVID-19 — and beyond — an energy management suite (EMS) can do so much: streamline operations, increase control, reduce wear-and-tear, save time, keep people safe, and drive significant savings. Many churches are working and worshipping remotely and operating on a limited schedule. How are they managing their campuses’ HVAC / temperature control?  Sam Boutros: We […]

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Pushpay Announces ChurchStaq to Streamline Ministry Management

Pushpay, the leading payments and engagement provider to the US faith sector, today announces ChurchStaq™, an all-inclusive suite of end-to-end engagement solutions including a comprehensive church management system (ChMS), mobile app, donor management and giving solution, to help churches know, grow, and keep their people. Today, ChurchStaq™ combines Pushpay’s giving and app solutions with Church […]

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Q&A: Strategies for staying connected

  In your experience, did the coronavirus pandemic “force” some churches to finally investigate their connection-focused tech options? Tony Caudill: Absolutely. Prior to COVID-19, one of my friends who serves as a pastor shared that their church’s virtual strategy was more of a “nice-to-have.” Things completely changed overnight. This shift forced pastors to think of new […]

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