4 Ways to Help Navigate Tensions in Your Church

The world seems to be in a season of perpetual uncertainty. We set our hopes on established timelines and realign […]

by Joe Koehling Jul 31
A Message to the Church

  A message to the Church, our ministry partners: With the recent tragic events going on in our country, most […]

by Joe Koehling Jun 5
Church Leaders, Don’t Forget…

Leader, you are receiving constant information that feels like it is ever-changing. As soon as you communicate a new decision […]

by Joe Koehling May 20
What Will the “New Normal” Look Like?

There is so much talk these days about “getting back to normal” after the COVID-19 global crisis is “over.” But […]

by Joe Koehling May 13
Working From Home: Find Your Rhythm During the COVID-19 Pandemic

There are many benefits to working from home. Perhaps it’s something you’ve always wanted to try. But now that you’re […]

by Joe Koehling Apr 15
Your Church and the Coronavirus: Dealing with Financial Crisis During the COVID-19 Pandemic

We are living in an unprecedented time. Because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, people are losing their jobs and can’t […]

by Joe Koehling Mar 20
Your Church and the Coronavirus: Managing Remote Staff During the COVID-19 Pandemic

How are you doing? Now that you’ve moved out of your office and set up shop at home, how are […]

by Joe Koehling Mar 19
Using Hospitality to Increase Church Growth

Businesses are great at practicing that which we Christians should excel at when it comes to church growth: hospitality. In […]

by Joe Koehling Mar 9
Why Big Church Events Need Better Security

It’s simple math and common sense: the larger the crowd, the greater the chance that something could go wrong. Unfortunately, […]

by Joe Koehling Mar 3
Top 8 Things Finance Managers Look For in Church Accounting Software

Handling the financials for a church can require special software tools to ensure accurate calculations and to record information as […]

by Joe Koehling Aug 9