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July / Aug 2018, Issue 4, Volume 17

July / Aug 2018, Issue 4, Volume 17

SIMEON MAY, PHILL MARTIN & THE CHURCH NETWORK: Generally, church administration professionals “land” in their roles in one of two ways: from the pew / business world, or from the seminary — something The Church Network™ CEO Simeon May and Deputy CEO Phill Martin know all too well. After all, they’re prime examples of these two divergent paths. And it’s precisely this varied, in-the-trenches knowledge which has helped them serve association members successfully for more than 20 years.

THE ARCHITECT AS PARTNER

THE ARCHITECT AS PARTNER

Architects, pastors and a CFO talk about how to navigate -- or better yet, avoid -- the usual challenges of a church building project

HOW TO DRIVE CONNECTION & ASSIMILATION USING CHURCH MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE

HOW TO DRIVE CONNECTION & ASSIMILATION USING CHURCH MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE

• What effective assimilation looks like • High tech for high touch • Shopping for a new ChMS? 10 questions

ACTIVE SHOOTER AWARENESS & TRAINING

ACTIVE SHOOTER AWARENESS & TRAINING

Examining the very real threat of an active-shooter situation -- and what can your church can do to mitigate it

HOW TO RETAIN & EXPAND SUPPORTERS THROUGH DIGITAL GIVING: A REMOTE ROUNDTABLE

HOW TO RETAIN & EXPAND SUPPORTERS THROUGH DIGITAL GIVING: A REMOTE ROUNDTABLE

• How to use "social listening" to get more donations for your church • 5 steps to turn non-givers into givers

BEST PRACTICES FORUM: Technology

BEST PRACTICES FORUM: Technology

• Church data matters, because people matter • Apps that engage • Make giving simple
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