3 Money-Saving Features of easyTithe’s New Giving Portal

3 Money-Saving Features of easyTithe’s New Giving Portal

Giving is unpredictable in the summer. Church attendance naturally dips with everyone on-the-go and donations can drop anywhere between 5% to 50%. Fortunately, there’s good news! Churches equipped with the right online giving tools see less than a 1% decline in contributions. Pair that with a platform designed to save you money, and your church can come out of summer with no losses to your budget.

Posted On: June 14th, 2019

Here’s What’s New—easyTithe’s May 2019 Release Roundup

Here’s What’s New—easyTithe’s May 2019 Release Roundup

Each month, our product team releases new functionality for our giving platform. In May, we released thoughtful enhancements designed to improve the giver and admin experience. These features are driven by feedback from the churches we gratefully serve! Check out what’s new at easyTithe (and what’s coming soon).

Posted On: May 31st, 2019

How to Inspire Giving and Attendance During Peak Vacation Season

How to Inspire Giving and Attendance During Peak Vacation Season

Church attendance and giving often go hand in hand. When one increases so does the other, and vice versa. Just like the end of the year is known for an uptick in gifts and guests, the summertime is notorious for a decrease in attendance and giving.

Posted On: May 21st, 2019

8 Dos and Don’ts of Helping with Natural Disaster Relief

8 Dos and Don’ts of Helping with Natural Disaster Relief

Churches play a vital role in helping with natural disaster relief. But, it can be complicated. On the one hand, communities look to churches for leadership and ways to get involved. On the other hand, relief agencies have specialized resources and certified staff and volunteers in place to handle these types of situations. With so many people organizing recovery efforts, it becomes a challenge to know the most effective ways to impact your community.

Posted On: May 6th, 2019

How to Involve Your Community in the National Day of Prayer

How to Involve Your Community in the National Day of Prayer

The United States Congress officially enacted the National Day of Prayer in 1952 (although days of prayer have been established and observed by presidents, Congress, and Americans since 1775). It falls on the first Thursday in May, and every year, the president signs a proclamation encouraging Americans to turn to God in prayer. People of many religions and Christians from different denominations come together on this day and pray in houses of worship, in front of courthouses, in their homes, and other locations around the community.

Posted On: April 25th, 2019

12 Fresh Ideas for Vacation Bible School

12 Fresh Ideas for Vacation Bible School

It doesn’t matter how large or small your church is—Vacation Bible School is A LOT of work. Even with the time and energy involved, churches continue to put an effort in this area because it’s essential to a child’s spiritual growth.

Posted On: April 11th, 2019

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