These mistakes can take away from the positive experience you want your visitors, members, volunteers and staff to have at your church.

1. Failure to have an informative, easy-to-use website. 

I cringe when I see some churches’ websites. That is now the first place a prospective guest visits whe...

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Too early to be thinking about next year’s budget? All churches have financial budgets and there are different times they are formed. Most churches use the traditional calendar year—January 1 to December 31—for their budget years. But not all churches do. Some use a fiscal year—often July 1 to June...

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By Guest Blogger Paul Allen Clifford

In sports, you'll often hear the commentators say, "They've gone back to the fundamentals." Believe it or not, that's good advice for church tech, too. Some things are so familiar that you do them without thinking and so when it comes to those things, there are...

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According to recent stats, Americans spend over 71% of their digital time on mobile devices and almost three hours a day on them.

If you are involved in a church, you probably already see technology intersecting all over the place, from Bible apps to watching live streaming, to giving online, and...

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Every year several thousands of churches close their doors. Compare that with only 1,000 new churches opening every year.

Churches are dying every day in this country, and it is alarming. Some deaths are unavoidable. Like the man diagnosed with an incurable disease while working out everyday and...

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