We have been searching for the greatest CRM for our church contact needs and were about ready to just revert to an enormous Excel(TM) spreadsheet when we found Servant Keepers. It is online and is less than $500 for our size congregation. [As always, we never receive any financial support from any product we review.] Check it out!
SK Helped Us Grow
It does exactly what we need it to. It has helped our church grow by being able to keep track of people, who is here and who is not, visitors, etc. I love the instruction manual. If I need to know how to do something it is really easy to understand. You do not have to be a computer whiz to use the program. It is very easy!!!
Review of Constant Contact email and contact management and due diligence
Review from JUMC and RSUMC, 2012-2016
Comparing other Email Contact options
Article in progress from July 2014-2016
Sermon from the lavatory on Delta Flight 2014
Sermon from Cheyne Mountain 2015
I’ve been blogging sermons and theology blogs for years but have kept my geeky, ‘tech’ side as verbal conversations in a digital world. So I’m finally getting around to sharing ideas, best practices, and tools to be used throughout the various sides of practicing ministry.
Some of the blogs to look forward this year:
- Sermons Facetime-Style
- Contact connection is Constant
- The Phone Call is still a Smart Feature
- Printing the Newsletter
- Actually Sharing Documents
- The Risk of Deleting Data
- Wonders of WordPress
- Facing the Realities of Facebook
- Spread it Thick: Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and More?
- The Back Side of Caring for the Data, is Care for the Community