Set Goals for this Year?

Some of us procrastinate making new year’s resolutions or goals, but it’s not too late to set some goals for […]

by Drake Hoffman Jan 18
How Can we Celebrate?

2020 was difficult for most and a time many are glad to leave in the past; however, we as a […]

by John Gilman Jan 15
Escaping the Fatal Flaw of Pastoral Ministry

Let’s face it: Pastors make a lot of mistakes. From forgetting people’s names to saying the wrong thing to someone […]

by Brian Ellerbach Jan 14
Read my Lips…or Not

The COVID-19 pandemic changed almost everything about our lives last year. Many of us spent several months at home, isolated […]

by Trey McDonald Jan 13
Church Software Covered Under PPP2 Funds

As of January 8, 2021, you need to contact your lender about applying for PPP2 [Paycheck Protection Program] funds.  Don’t […]

by Carol White Jan 12
Team Member Spotlight

Mary is an Associate Product Manager in our Product Management Department. She began working at ACS Technologies in 2012. One […]

by Caitlyn Bullard Jan 12
Three Keys to Building Trust and Credibility

As church leaders, we’ve studied and earned advanced degrees; we’ve attended many leadership classes, seminars, and conferences; and we’ve taught […]

by Mark Burkhart Jan 11
How Long Should a Church Retain Contribution Records?

Churches and other religious organizations have special tax laws in recognition of their rights under the First Amendment. Since state […]

by Carol White Jan 8
Technology Developments to Embrace to Shape 2021 For Your Church

We are nearing the start of 2021. For most churches, it will truly be the beginning of the “new normal.” […]

by Brian Ellerbach Jan 7
7 Daily Choices For The New Year

January is the time we set new goals for the year. For many of us though, 2020 held so much […]

by Drake Hoffman Jan 6
Team Member Spotlight

This week we want to introduce you to Leigh Ann, an Associate Product Marketing Manager. She has been a team […]

by Caitlyn Bullard Jan 5
Intentional Reflection: A Year-End Review

As we near the end of the year, it’s the time when we naturally begin to think about all that […]

by Mark Burkhart Jan 4