4 Habits of Healthy (and Growing) Churches

4 Habits of Healthy (and Growing) Churches

Healthy churches come in all sizes and styles. They’re unique from each other based on location, their building’s architecture, and the people that attend and lead services. But, between the differences, there are a few habits that all healthy churches share. The good news is, these habits are simple and effective church growth strategies that are easy to apply and get results. Let’s look at 4 healthy habits that any church can implement to help grow and fund their vision.

Posted On: February 13th, 2019

Should Your Church Participate in #GivingTuesday?

Should Your Church Participate in #GivingTuesday?

Last year, faith-based organizations received the largest percentage of online gifts on #GivingTuesday compared to other nonprofit sectors. Yet, many churches are on the fence about whether they should participate on November 27th.

Posted On: November 16th, 2018

Your Ultimate Back-to-Church Checklist!

Your Ultimate Back-to-Church Checklist!

For many, fall is the season of fresh beginnings. Millions of families relocate to new communities, kids go back-to-school, and church seats fill up as people return from vacations. Last August, not only did attendance grow, but online giving increased 9% as well.

Posted On: July 31st, 2018

Why 2018 is the Year to Introduce Mobile Giving

Why 2018 is the Year to Introduce Mobile Giving

When you stop to look around a crowded restaurant, park, or church before service starts, you’ll notice a lot of mobile devices out. Even if you don’t see them, chances are they’re tucked away in a pocket or purse. According to Pew Research, over 95% of U.S. adults own a cellphone of some kind, and 77% own a smartphone.

Posted On: June 25th, 2018

Has Your Church Taken Advantage of Giving Kiosks Yet?

Has Your Church Taken Advantage of Giving Kiosks Yet?

Consider this scenario: A newcomer attends a church service or outreach event only to discover they need cash or check to donate. Reaching into their wallet, it hits them that they don’t have enough (if any) cash on them, let alone a check. They scramble in search of an ATM, knowing it will cost a few extra dollars to get money out.

Posted On: June 6th, 2018

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