Introducing the Event Registration and Volunteer Application Cards on the Individual Page! We have created two new card options on the individual page that will be live with the release of 19.10. Both the Event Registration and Volunteer Application cards will show up as default cards on the individual page view but will also have […]
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 […]
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 […]
[Guest Post by Lisa Castello] For many of us, our earliest memory of giving as a spiritual practice was watching mom or dad write a check, fold it in half, and drop it in the collection plate as it passed by us in the church pew. Though I can’t recall my parents ever talking to me about money […]
In some Christian traditions, Lent marks a few weeks on the winter calendar for believers to set aside worldly distractions, focus on Christ’s suffering, and prepare our hearts for Easter.
Ministry is difficult, but so are most other kinds of jobs. If you haven’t thought about the upsides of your employment lately, Valentine’s Day (which just happens to fall on Sunday this year) is a great time to revisit the many reasons to love ministry. We’ll get you started with ten reasons to fall back in love with what you do, […]
This week we would like to highlight new mom, Ashley Walcher (shown here with her 8-month old son) as a valued team member here at Fellowship One. Ashley oversees the Account Management team, helping churches streamline processes so they can extend their reach into their communities and live out the Gospel.
In the world of church, Easter can be subjected to as much hype as Christmas. We may not be busy stringing lights or organizing Angel Trees, but many churches are already planning for elaborate Easter services and weekend events.
We’re nearing the end of January, a month when most churches spend a fair amount of energy, time and money preparing and mailing out annual giving statements for donors.
Remember Larry Boy, Bob the Tomato, Junior Asparagus and the rest of the Veggie Tales gang? (Apologies if the mention immediately started you humming “Oh, where…is my hairbrush?”)