Definition of Insanity: Expecting a Give Button to Increase Giving

Definition of Insanity: Expecting a Give Button to Increase Giving Your church may not have unlimited resources, but you can certainly have more funds by simply questioning the status quo. As they say, "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." Take online giving as an example. Your giving provider says, "Place our 'Give'…
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Online Giving for Churches is a Must Have

Online Giving for Churches: Generosity No Matter Where Your Givers Are Online giving is a broad category of digital giving that encompasses a variety of giving modes and channels, including: Web Giving Forms A giving form is embedded into your website’s giving page, providing secure and easy giving, including the option to schedule recurring gifts. You have full freedom to…
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How Central Church Helps Feed Las Vegas Residents During the Pandemic

How Central Church Helps Feed Las Vegas Residents During the Pandemic We’re proud to partner with churches. They work tirelessly behind the scenes on any given day, yet they’re among the first to show up on the frontlines of their cities during a crisis. We’d like to highlight a creative way our church partner, Central Church, is serving in both…
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Quick Quiz: Are you missing out on donations?

How Many Donations Are You Missing Out On? Even before COVID-19, an organization with flat sales or reduced traffic would react by taking a look at the many factors that influence revenue. They would consider which ones should be tweaked or—in the case of social distancing and economic lockdown—even totally revamped. When business isn’t booming, leaders recognize the need to…
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PANDEMIC QUADRUPLES SADDLEBACK CHURCH ONLINE ATTENDANCE

Weeks ago, churches began to discuss the possibility of having to “cancel” their Easter services and events. But as Pastor Rick Warren of Saddleback Church says, “The pandemic curtails assembling but not the celebration. You can’t cancel the resurrection!” In a recent town hall interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Warren discussed the impact of COVID-19 on…
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How Churches Can Apply for Coronavirus Disaster Loan Assistance

How Churches Can Apply for Coronavirus Disaster Loan Assistance With CARES Act 2020 Not surprisingly, media coverage has been focused on the devastating impact the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is having on small businesses. Millions of Americans are suddenly out of work as small businesses are forced to close for weeks and possibly months. Churches and nonprofits may get less press coverage…
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8 Ideas for Spreading Joy During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Churches Can Spread Joy and the Gospel with Music During The Coronavirus Pandemic Some of the more encouraging stories coming out of the ongoing COVID-19 news cycle are literally music to our ears: A saxophone player named Alex Lebron played from his balcony for his neighbors, quarantined in Barcelona, while an anonymous piano player nearby joined in. All over Italy,…
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Love Thy Neighbor: Caring for the Elderly During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Love Thy Neighbor: Caring for the Elderly During the Coronavirus Pandemic Tips and Resources for Churches The Biblical directive is crystal clear, our top priority is to love and care for our neighbor, especially in times of crisis. But how does the church comply with both God's directive and the directive of their local government for social distancing and self-isolation?…
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Urgent Tips to Prepare Your Church for the Impact of Coronavirus

Urgent Tips to Prepare Your Church for the Impact of Coronavirus Prepare Your Church Immediately for Coronavirus The coronavirus (COVID-19) is now spreading rapidly within the United States with 69,000+ cases as of March 26th (Source). Large gatherings are considered among the riskiest places for spreading the coronavirus. Major companies such as Facebook, Microsoft, and Apple are requiring employees to…
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