Remember the Maytag repairman? Maytags were built so well, he didn’t have much to do and suffered from extreme loneliness. That’s who I think about when I share all the ways Fellowship One church management software helps different staff members, and then come to the IT department. For the IT director, the best we can say it, “you don’t have to worry about our software!”
Did you know that duct tape has a million great uses…everything from making wallets to prom dresses, but, strangely, not for taping ducts. “According to the research, over a long-term period of time, duct tape ‘failed reliably and often quite catastrophically'” at sealing and repairing HVAC ducts.*
Every year, in the few weeks prior to Easter, the church I attend starts asking all the regular attendees in the Sunday morning late service to consider attending one of the other services on Easter. They need to make room for the additional visitors they expect at the most popular service time on the most highly-attended weekend of the year.
Remember the greeters of yesteryear who welcomed even children to church services? The preacher might have delivered a kiss on the cheek, and it wasn’t uncommon for an elderly woman to offer a white-gloved hand and a piece of hard candy.
Our Core Reports is the most complete reporting solution in the ChMS industry. In fact, one of the primary goals in creating Fellowship One church software was to put—for the first time ever–real data in the hands of ministry leaders for the purpose of better member care and visionary church growth.
After prominent Christian researcher George Barna spent three years studying ministry to children, his findings “revolutionized” his view of ministry. “I have concluded that children are the single most important population group for the Church to focus upon,” he said.
Church event organizers are always looking for inexpensive items to include in giveaways, whether it’s a thank you gift to new visitors at the Welcome booth, door prizes and snacks at youth events, or goody bags at womens’ retreats.