Taking attendance while practicing social distance

It’s a given that we’re all needing to adapt to the ever-changing situation in regards to COVID-19. From cancelling events to streaming services online it’s important that churches continue in their efforts to “flatten the curve.” That being said, just because adjustments need to be made doesn’t mean all practices have to be compromised. Consider […]

LEADERSHIP INSPIRATION OF THE MONTH: Navigating Our New Normal Together

Last month we were going about our business and the word COVID-19 occupied just a small portion of our brain, maybe having heard of it, but not paying much attention. Now, here we are today with our lives turned completely upside down with many of you working from home, learning new technologies, and moving your ministry […]

Prioritization tips when it feels like there is SO MUCH to do!

Life on church staff can sometimes (all the time?) be SO BUSY. Just when you come up for air after prepping for this year’s Easter service, you know that summer camps and VBS will be quickly approaching… all while the ever-present need of getting volunteers for the upcoming weekend never stops. How do you juggle […]

Leadership Inspiration of the Month: Scarcity or Generosity?

Many churches have made the shift from a culture of scarcity to a culture of generosity.  Here’s the key elements: Vision – cast a compelling vision Relevant – provide relevant ways to engage in that vision Growth Path – make it a process – start small and provide clear steps along the growth path Available […]

Good Habits Healthy Churches Share (Part 1)

Healthy churches are unique from one another based on size, location, leaders and members, and even the building’s architecture. But, between the differences, there are a few good habits that all healthy churches share. In a nutshell, these habits are simply effective church growth strategies. The great news is, they’re easy to apply and get […]

Leadership Inspiration of the Month: Don’t Go It Alone

After this the Lord appointed seventy-two others and sent them two by two ahead of him to every town and place where he was about to go.  He told them, “The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few.  Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.”  Luke […]

FellowshipOne, Help!

We are thrilled to announce our first F1 Academy course of 2020, “FellowshipOne, Help!” With all the new releases of FellowshipOne, we admit, it can be a bit confusing where you can go for help. We also recognize that life can be busy, and you may have missed an announcement or two of the new […]

How Does Church Philanthropy Impact the Church? Part 2

In Part 1, we identified the trend of churches designating significant portions of their offerings to projects and needs in the community and across the globe via special collections. As a marketer, my curiosity is always piqued by cause and effect and by both anecdotal and empirical data. So, as I heard more about churches seeing […]

Fellowship One Employee Highlight: Andrew Moultrie

This week we would like to highlight Andrew Moultrie as a valued team member here at Fellowship One. As a Product Manager for F1, Andrew, shown here with his wife, aims to understand churches’ needs and help provide technology that helps them meet their goals. Andrew is instrumental in getting new projects off the ground […]