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Posts Tagged ‘online giving’

How to Save $82,000 a Year for Your Church

A North Coast Church Case Study by Tithely

$82,000 is a lot of money, for any size of church.  A few months ago my friends at Tithely came to me asking about our experience with moving North Coast Church over to Tithely. To give you a little back-story, when we first started discussing the possibility of moving giving providers, we were using no…

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Three Keys to Your Online Giving Page

Churches can lose tens of thousands of dollars a year by not making online giving a top priority of their site. We want to help you avoid common errors churches make every day, but first, a few quotes and myths.  No one wants to talk about money in the church. The truth states the opposite. The only people who…

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The ‘WHY’ Behind Your Church’s Need for Mobile and Online Giving in 2017

Online giving, mobile giving, and text giving are MAJOR topics in the Church! But why? Churches shouldn’t make huge financial decisions just because everyone is hopping on the latest and greatest trends, right? But, if you dig a little and pay attention to the world of payments and consumer habits, you’ll find information that will serve you…

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The One Secret to Generosity Success

Generosity isn’t Zero Sum. Sometimes, we get into this revolving door thinking where we treat giving like a zero sum game: whatever is gained by one side is lost by another. We’d probably never come right out and say that. But that’s how a lot of churches think. If there’s a limited amount of generosity,…

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Mistakes in Generosity

11 Common Mistakes in a Capital Campaign Once your church decides to commit to a capital campaign, the last thing you want is to unintentionally make any moves that could end up being detrimental to your campaign. Over the past 25 years, we’ve worked with more than 3100 churches and have seen some patterns repeated…

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