Summer Updates

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In between our family vacations, youth camps, and mission trips… we’ve been diligently typing away on our keyboards to build some great things. By popular demand, we made the Individual Pledge Summary. It’s a multi-year pledge campaign report that goes beyond a contribution statement for an individual. What makes this report great is that it’s not limited to just a year for pledges. … Read More

Independence Day

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Tomorrow, many of us will be celebrating the 4th of July (AKA the birth of America). In-between family cookouts and fireworks, we remember the freedom we’ve been given and the sacrifice which was made for that freedom to become a reality. Our offices will be closed tomorrow for the observance of Independence Day. We will be resuming normal business hours on … Read More

2 Reasons You Should Be Using Child Check-In

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Last month we talked about The 7 Things You Should Be Doing With ChurchTrac. The Child Check-In feature of ChurchTrac is one of the features we think all churches should be using. Why? It starts with safety  By using Child Check-In (CCI for short), you have a definitive plan in place to keep your children safe. With CCI, you can … Read More

4 Ways Jump The Summertime Slump

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With summertime fast approaching…we’re getting ready for vacations, trips to the beach, family visits, BBQ’s, pool parties, families moving, ice cream trucks, and the smell of freshly cut lawns. Did I miss anything? Oh ya…and our churches will be ghost towns soon! I admit, “ghost town” may be a little dramatic…but the struggle is real. Depending on your church, you may … Read More

The 7 Things You Should Be Doing With ChurchTrac

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As you already know…ChurchTrac is LOADED with some really great features. Some of the best features that we’re proud of started with simple ideas from churches just like yours. For that, we want to say THANK YOU 🙌. As churches start using the software, one of the most common questions we get asked is “What features should I be using?” … Read More

Guests vs Visitors

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A few months ago I was looking for some mixing bowls in our church kitchen. Every cabinet and drawer in the kitchen was labeled. Whether it was utensils, pans, or cleaning supplies…everything had a place. But… I couldn’t find the mixing bowls. After about 10 minutes of frustration, I decided to open every cabinet and drawer until I could find … Read More

The Best Connect Card

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In today’s digital age…paper is still king when it comes to recording certain types of information quickly and easily. One of the best examples of this in the church is the connect card. The “connect card” has many names. Sometimes it comes in the form of a “visitor card” or a “prayer card”. Whatever the name, connect cards all serve the … Read More

New Upgrades

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Over the past few months, we’ve been working hard behind the scenes to upgrade our infrastructure. Did we deprive ourselves of sleep? -A little bit. Did we stress eat Chick-Fil-A Biscuits to meet our deadline? -No comment. Needless to say, we are super excited about about these upgrades! What does it mean for you? Without getting into the techno mumbo jumbo…it means … Read More

ChurchTrac Events- More Than Just A Calendar.

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If you’ve been in ministry for any period of time, then you know how important it is to live off of your calendar! When I was just getting started in ministry years ago, I was never a planner. The mindset that “I’ll take each day as it comes” perfectly described me. That mindset stopped really quickly when I double booked … Read More

Recent Updates

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Over the past few days, we have released a series of updates within the ChurchTrac infrastructure. Because of this, we have found a small number of users may be experiencing trouble sending voice and text messages. We have found that resetting the cache on your web browser will remedy the issue for those users. If you do not know how … Read More