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“F This” You’ve probably heard this often around the office, if not subtly under someone’s voice. One of the biggest challenges we face in releasing young eagles is the ability to let them soar on their own terms, while under the direction of leadership. Leadership can be frustrating, boxing in these eagles with rules and leadership matrixes (there is no…READ MORE
Church websites bore me, and their giving pages make me fall asleep. But they don’t have to be that way. In today’s broadcast with Tithely.tv, we discuss the following questions about online generosity: From pastoral ministry to running a creative and marketing agency for churches, you’ve had the opportunity to help many churches with their website and online presence. What’s one big…READ MORE
There are a variety of churches available to you. I want to help you find a church that not only works for you, but for the betterment of the community and church. What is this article about? This post is about you: how your decision to go to a specific church affects you, your neighborhood, and your church. Specifically, I…READ MORE
With today’s world more complex and divided than ever, church leaders face a difficult task of helping their congregations move forward to achieve positive results. For many religious leaders, the answer lies in using the Kaizen approach to business success. Creative Safety Supply says “Kaizen refers to the practice of looking for ways to improve work processes on a regular…READ MORE
Your church needs a giving page. The trick is creating a giving page that is functional, engaging, and delivers your intended end result. We all want our audience to be faithful, so creating a giving page that works for everyone must be our aim. In ten minutes and with fourteen steps, we show you everything you need to do to…READ MORE
Historically, churches have been a place of sanctuary. Though part of English law up until the 17th century, sanctuary use of a church for individuals under risk of prosecution or persecution is only honored today out of respect. Furthermore, there has been a general decline in respect for churches overall. This site reports that Dallas Drake, a criminologist, reported that…READ MORE