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The mission of the church is simple: go and make disciples. While simple in concept, the execution of making disciples is far from easy. Often, the Church unknowingly divides people from one another when unification is the goal. The role of church management software (ChMS) should be to help unify the church body by organizing and bringing the church staff together. Having a church management system in place can help your church leadership better steward the people God brings into your ministry as well as steward your finances and volunteers.
When churches aren’t willing to unify around their processes and systems, these five divisions can be hard to overcome:
Data - Clarity
You don’t know which data is truly accurate so therefore you don’t have clarity.
#2 – LACK OF WISDOM
Wisdom - Holy - Spirit - Concert - Experience
Wisdom comes from the Holy Spirit working in concert with your experience and access to information. When the last ingredient is missing, you normally trust your “gut” too often and make uninformed, unwise decisions.
People feel valued when you “know” them (what makes them unique). Disconnected data makes it hard to know, really know, your people.
Community - Care - Absence - Information
How can you expect authentic community and care to happen in the absence of accurate information?
The ultimate effect of all the above is a lack of ability to connect and walk with people in their faith journey. Find the right software to support your staff and leaders to truly care for the people God leads to your church.
Church - Management - System - Ministries - Leaders
Finding a church management system that can support all of your ministries will equip your leaders and empower your volunteers. A unified ministry is an effective ministry.
The good news is that unity in your church is possible. Here are five ways that church software can unify your ministry:
Attendance - Step - Engagement - Discipleship
Attendance is an important first step in engagement and discipleship. If you are not prepared for...
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