2018 GAAP Reporting Standards: What You Need to Know

Is your ministry prepared for the new GAAP reporting changes that take affect for this filing season? If your church files reports according to these GAAP standards and you haven’t made the necessary changes in your accounting practices, you could be looking at a larger bill from your auditors and a scramble at the end […]

Free Webinar on 2018 Tax Changes

FellowshipOne is proud to partner with PSK CPAs to bring you a FREE webinar titled Navigating Uncertainty: Three Key Changes in the Financial and Tax Regulations for 2018 at 1 p.m. CST tomorrow (June 28). To help you prepare for these new changes, we will also be discussing the integration between FellowshipOne’s church management software […]

What happened when the F1 team started using Insights Visualizer: Part Three

Our series on our employee Visualizer Dashboard contest culminates today with our winner. We hope this contest and blog series has given you some great ideas on how you can implement Insights Visualizer. As you develop  dashboards that you think would be particularly useful to other churches, we would love to hear from you and […]

See what happened when the F1 team started using Insights Visualizer

Recently we held a contest to see which FellowshipOne team member could develop the best and most useful Insights Visualizer dashboard. While it was a friendly competition, it helped highlight how this product could best help our customers. Over the next few weeks, we will be featuring the work of the top three winners. The […]

The Cost of Giving Statements

Believe it or not, the holidays are fast approaching. For churches, this time of year usually entails a significant increase in giving which is both a blessing and adds extra work for your staff. Printing and mailing giving statements is a significant cost and time burden for you and your staff. It could even be […]

The Summer Slump: Decreased Giving to Churches

In the summer, the temperature may be rising, but charitable giving is on the decline. Many factors play a part in this, including lower weekend attendance, vacation schedules, and summer distractions. It turns out that contributions entered by Fellowship One churches in June, July and August of 2013 were down 13% over the previous three […]