Four Questions Religious Organizations Should Ask Before Sending Their Email Newsletter

Whenever you’re sending emails to your members, you’re fighting for attention. They’re looking at a steady stream of messages, so […]

by Meredith Morris Jul 16
Like Sharing Your Ideas? Become a CAT!

We had another great year at the 2015 Ideas to Impact Conference. A total of 774 clients joined us in […]

by Kaitlyn Grooms Jul 14
Three Steps to Ministry Scheduling Success

I’ve worked in the world of ministry scheduling for churches for years now, both as a children’s ministry scheduler and […]

by Raina Hanson Jul 10
The 10 Commandments of Facebook Communications

Social media connects us virtually with people from the various geographical and temporal periods of our lives. My Facebook friends […]

by Meredith Morris Jul 8
Maximize The Effects of Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School is a staple on many church calendars as we hit the summer months.  For many churches, this […]

by Meredith Morris Jul 1
Connecting Ideas: Promoting your Church’s Social Media Posts with Hashtags

Social media is known for connecting individuals. Hashtags, one of social media’s features, provide a way to connect ideas and […]

by Amy Scott-Lundy Jun 23
Father’s Day: Leading By Example

The month of June signals the end of the school year and the beginning of summer for many families. Also […]

by Meredith Morris Jun 17
Seven Steps To Being a Great Dad for Father’s Day

Father’s Day is here again and us dads need to step up our game. Our children’s lives depend on it. […]

by John Gilman Jun 16
Guilt Won’t Stop the Summer Giving Slump

By this time in the summer, graduations have passed, vacations are starting and unless you have a widely adopted electronic […]

by Jan Jasmin Jun 10
ACS Financials and the Affordable Care Act

Understanding Your Church’s Responsibilities The Affordable Care Act (ACA) affects millions of U.S. citizens and businesses. It’s big legislation, and […]

by Rachel Ankers Jun 9
The Most Important Technique for a Church Planter to Master

Recently, a friend of mine began to plant a church in a city 700 miles away from his current church […]

by John Gilman Jun 8
Nine Questions To Ignite Discipleship Conversations With Your Staff

Pastoring isn’t easy. Pastors make and take tough calls. They hire people, fire people,  marry people, and bury people. They […]

by John Gilman Jun 3