When people are absent from church, their giving is usually absent, too. Fortunately, there is a relatively simple fix to curb this summer slump.
Are you consistently engaging new givers? Can your givers give within seconds? Do your givers need to sign in to give? Are there multiple ways your givers can give? If you answered no to any of these questions, I encourage you to lean in on a conversation I had with the Kindrid team.
When people are absent from your church, their giving usually is too. But there’s good news: it doesn’t have to be this way. Here’s a new and easy-to-read resource designed to provide an antidote to the church’s summer giving slump.
The church has the best story, the most important mission, and the greatest hope of any organization in existence. It shouldn’t lag behind the technological curve – it should be out front leading it!
Many pastors across the country asked me questions on this topic in my reader survey late last year, and I’m excited to provide you a very thorough answer in this resource. I can hardly wait for you to have this information all in one place so we can partner together to improve giving technology in the church.
Many pastors across the country asked me questions on this topic in my reader survey late last year, and I’m excited to provide you a very thorough answer in this resource.
Companies who don’t offer mobile options “are missing the boat,” according to James DeBello, CEO of Mitek, the company that commissioned this study of 1,019 Millenials earlier this year. And the results of the study back it up.
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