Our Top 5 Most Popular Posts of 2014 (And What You can Learn from the Trend in 2015)

By Jason Alexis |

Happy New Year! One of the things we did recently, is to review the top engaging post on our main website. Overall, traffic is up and people are spending at least 2 minutes per visit, but reviewing specifically what’s working and why, helps us plan better content for you. Here are our top 5 popular…

Sharing Christ through Mobile Ministry

By Jason Alexis |

If you are a church or ministry leader, ask yourself a very important question:

Is mobile technology central to my ministry’s vision?

The use of mobile technology for ministry–or “mobile ministry”–is more than a buzzword; it is fast becoming an essential approach to spreading the Gospel. That’s because mobile phones and other portable, wireless devices are proliferating the planet, making it all the easier to fulfill the Great Commission (Mark 16:15).

E Giving for Churches

A basic guide to choosing an e-giving platform for your church

By Jason Alexis |

When it comes to replacing, or at least supplementing your offering plates and tithe envelopes with electronic giving portals, the possibilities are numerous. Other nonprofits, especially charities, have long experimented and are now embracing e-giving, resulting in massive fundraising campaign successes. If you’re looking just for a fundraising platform, check out Mashable’s top 12 online fundraising platforms for donors and nonprofits.

pro and con of giving

Will e-giving force offering plates to collect dust?

By Joel Sam |

It’s unlikely that cash, coins, and checks will go the way of burnt offerings or harvested produce, but rumors of their demise are not greatly exaggerated. Church parishioners and clergy alike may need some time getting used to the optics of church members whipping out their cell phones instead of their wallets, but the trend of giving tithe and offerings electronically, or e-giving, will continue to grow.