Case Studies & Whitepapers


Capital Stewardship & Generosity

4 ESSENTIALS TO NURTURE YOUR DONORS

4 ESSENTIALS TO NURTURE YOUR DONORS

Donor engagement essentials to create thriving communities

Church Communications

BUILDING A CHURCH DIRECTORY TEAM

BUILDING A CHURCH DIRECTORY TEAM

To make this project fun and uniting -- not isolating -- there are a few simple questions to consider as you gather a team.

A BETTER WAY TO REACH OUT — <i>FAST</i/>

A BETTER WAY TO REACH OUT — FAST

Before enlisting notification technology, one church relied on email to keep members up-to-date. It presented a handful of challenges and limitations.

Financial Wellness

PASTORS FOLLOW THE PATH TO FINANCIAL WELLNESS

PASTORS FOLLOW THE PATH TO FINANCIAL WELLNESS

For pastors who deal with financial stress — and the guilt and shame that come with debt — the Strategic Pastoral Excellence Program (SPEP) is…

HR & Staff Management

Find. Onboard. Coach.

Find. Onboard. Coach.

At Chase Oaks Church, experts help “build remarkable teams.”

Military Chaplaincy

CHAPLAIN PROFILE: “God is in all of it”

CHAPLAIN PROFILE: “God is in all of it”

When he answered the call to Army Reserve chaplaincy, he was five times disqualified. Now, he’s a gold badge recruiter.

CHAPLAIN PROFILE: Military ministry offers a new road to growth

CHAPLAIN PROFILE: Military ministry offers a new road to growth

After extensive work in South America, he returned to the U.S. and found a new way to minister.

CHAPLAIN PROFILE: Chaplaincy becomes a perfect fit -- the second time around

CHAPLAIN PROFILE: Chaplaincy becomes a perfect fit -- the second time around

Six years after traditional ministry, an idea previously contemplated turns in to a new -- and exciting -- opportunity to minister.

CHAPLAIN PROFILE: An unconventional path to Army chaplaincy

CHAPLAIN PROFILE: An unconventional path to Army chaplaincy

For this chaplain, the road to active-duty chaplaincy was, as she calls it, “a bit circuitous.”

CHAPLAIN PROFILE: A tale of two Army chaplains

CHAPLAIN PROFILE: A tale of two Army chaplains

A 24-year active-duty chaplain + a Reserve-duty chaplain called to active duty. Different paths, but both are right where they need (and want) to be.

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