For the Joy of Building

Building blocksWhen you were a child, you built things for the sheer joy of it, with no expectation that they would endure; things like sandcastles, block towers, and blanket forts. Most of us lobbied our mothers for the blanket forts to stay up, but we quickly learned they were not going to be permanent features of the living room.

The Burden of Building

Now that you’re grown, the stability and value of the things you build is a primary concern. You don’t want to waste time and resources. You care about the outcomes of the things you build, especially when you’re building a church, a reputation, a community, or stronger families. The fact that the stakes are higher sometimes turns the joy of building into a burden.

The Privilege of Building

We want to say thank you for all the building you do for the Kingdom. We’re out to change the world by changing the church world, and we know that’s your goal too. It’s our privilege to walk alongside you as you build.

We have ideas and tools that can restore the joy of building by reliably automating most of your biggest time-stealing tasks. We’re pleased to be able to extend our enterprise offering to individual point solutions for specific needs you may have such as online giving, online event management (calendaring, registration, ticketing and payment), and HVAC (climate control) scheduling that integrates with calendaring.

“The great successful men of the world have used their imaginations… they think ahead and create their mental picture, and they go to work materializing that picture in all its details, filling in here, adding a little there, altering this a bit and that a bit, but steadily building / steadily building.” Robert Collier


Gina Calvert

Gina is a word nerd who has been writing for ACTIVE for five years. When she’s not crafting content, she’s gardening, repurposing old furniture, reading, or watching movies with her husband.

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