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Release notes September and October.
Posted by Boyd Pelley Tuesday, October 27, 2015 10:08:00 AM Categories: New Features
As usual, we've been doing a ton of work behind the scenes to upgrade your experience and the possibilities with Churchteams. These are not major upgrades, but a lot of tweaks in response to interactions with clients like you. Hopefully, the images... read more
 

What Are The Best Methods and Models for Small Group Ministry 

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, October 27, 2015 7:50:00 AM Categories: Small Groups

As a coach and consultant, I'm often asked to talk about the right methods to achieve the goals and mission that the church wants to accomplish. Sometimes the questions sound more sanctified, as I'm asked about the most biblical methods. Other times the discussion forms around models, usually relating to the ones certain successful churches use.

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9 Things That Will Still Be True for Your Church in 10 Years 

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, October 20, 2015 7:50:00 AM Categories: Leadership

Great church leaders are like sailors who are reading the breezes and adjusting the sails to catch the winds of change. While we worry about the latest social media trend or where music in the church is headed or if it’s possible to train robots to do pastoral care, we also need to invest in what we know will remain true and build our ministries, systems and approaches around that. Here are some areas where our churches can have impact for a long time to come!

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Churchteams CMS - An Affordable Option in Church Management 

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, October 13, 2015 7:50:00 AM Categories: Ministry & Technology
At Churchteams we whole heartedly believe that our church management software (ChMS or CMS) is the greatest value for churches. The greatest value? That seems like a pretty big claim. Well to back it up, here are 12 features in Churchteams that... read more
 

3 WAYS TO GROW YOUR SUNDAY SERVICE 

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, October 6, 2015 7:50:00 AM Categories: Leadership
In the early years of Disneyland, Walt Disney would often pop up on random attractions. He wanted to ensure the Disney “magic” was present. While he knew he had great elements to rides like The Jungle Cruise, his role was making sure those... read more
 
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