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If you still think of your church software as a static database, it might be time to take a closer look at the ways it can actually support your ministry. Sure, you need a place to keep records organized and giving ledgers updated, but if you’re not using the advanced features at your fingertips as a tool to simplify church management and carry out your church’s mission, you might be overlooking some very powerful ways your church software can support the way you serve.
Something no church wants newcomers to feel is anxiety. Churches want people to feel comfortable and welcomed, but unfortunately, that’s not always the case. When a newcomer steps into a new space, they can be filled with worry rather than peace.
Keeping information up-to-date is easier said than done when it comes to church management. From the various forms people fill out to the different ministries at your church, there is a plethora of information to track. As a church administrator, it’s your job to make sure information is current and easily accessible. One way to make this happen is to use church software integrations.
Church volunteers are the lifeblood of the ministries and events at your church. Without them, certain things just wouldn’t happen, especially during the busy holiday season. While the holidays are an exciting time, they can also be stressful. Whether it’s planning events to celebrate the birth of Christ or simply ensuring that everything runs smoothly on a Sunday morning, you need volunteers to make it all happen. However, recruiting and managing church volunteers can feel overwhelming.
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