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
You’re Back to Mass, Then Someone Becomes Ill – Then What?

After months of social distancing and watching cases fall and rise repeatedly, you finally open your parish doors. Extensive efforts […]

by Trey McDonald Oct 9
4 Changes to Consider While Adapting to the New Normal

As we enter the new normal, what should your church services look like? Each state has certain recommendations announced through […]

by John Gilman Jun 15
8 Things the Coronavirus Has Made Me Thankful For

While this time of shelter in place has been challenging and at times frustrating, it’s also caused me to reflect. […]

by Scott Arvay Jun 12
How To Get Better Sleep

Anyone else having trouble with getting restful sleep? Or even enough sleep during this season? I see lots of posts […]

by Drake Hoffman Jun 10
Virtually Staying in Touch With New & Existing Congregants

Like most churches across the country, you’ve probably been disconnected from your congregation for what seems like an eternity.  However, […]

by David Sanderson Jun 8
Items to Keep Your Congregation Safe after Reopening

With states opening back up now is the time to think about how you want to reopen your church. Keeping […]

by Caitlyn Bullard Jun 2
Using Realm Registration Events to move forward from COVID-19

You might be wondering how you can use an online registration when all of your in-person events have been canceled. […]

by David Sanderson May 21
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
Does Our Church Really Need Small Groups?

Creating or rebooting a small group ministry in your church may feel like a chore. You may wonder why there’s […]

by Kira Brown May 19
Our Churches are Reopening

As we reopen our doors it’s critical that you make decisions based on the information available for your area. States, […]

by Carol White May 18
Creatively Serving Families During COVID-19

Most families are in week 7 of quarantine. For many, they have been doing homeschooling/eLearning for almost that long as […]

by Caitlyn Bullard May 15