Merry Christmas! 

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, December 22, 2015 6:50:00 AM Categories: Misc.
The Churchteams family would like to wish you all a wonderful Christmas. We want to thank pastors and church leaders for allowing us to partner with you in ministry. It is our great privilege to serve you and help you accomplish your mission. May... read more
 

10 Last-Minute, Low-Cost Christmas Promotion Strategies For Your Church 

by Rich Birch
Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, December 15, 2015 6:50:00 AM Categories: Leadership

Christmas is just around the corner and it’s a strategically important time of year for churches looking to grow. How should you focus your communications efforts leading up to the big day at your church? Here’s a core truth for growing churches when it comes to special days like this:  The majority of guests who attend your Christmas services come because someone invites them; therefore, the majority of your efforts need to encourage people to invite their friends.

 
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Added Print to Volunteer Schedule 

Posted by Boyd Pelley Thursday, December 10, 2015 10:54:00 AM Categories: Ministry & Technology New Features
Thanks to over 100 different churches who jumped on the volunteer webinars last week and this week. Others have asked about it, so I added another one next week on Tuesday at 11:30 Central. Double check for your time zone and then sign up here if... read more
 

Surprise! Churchteams can Help Your Church with Online Giving  

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, December 8, 2015 6:50:00 AM Categories: Online Giving

Traditionally churches receive donation via offering plates and or offering boxes, but in the last 15 years the option to give digitally has slowly increased in popularity.  In fact, online giving is no longer a trend, it’s the new normal for churches.  It’s not uncommon for 50% or more of church revenues to come in through electronic giving.  It’s also common for churches to see a financial increase of 10 to 20% when they intentionally ask their parishioners to shift from traditional giving to digital giving.  So why then are some churches still reluctant to embrace online giving?  Because they’ve been fooled by the following three common myths about giving digitally.

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The 'S' Word In The Christmas Story 

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, December 1, 2015 6:50:00 AM Categories: Misc.

As we approach Christmas, here is a thought to consider:  as human beings we don’t like to submit. We want to do things our way. We want to do our own thing. We don’t like the S-word. Yet Joseph’s story is a great reminder of the power of submission.

 
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