Rock RMS is a free, open-source relationship management software designed for churches and other organizations. FaithStreet integrates closely with Rock to allow giving on FaithStreet to seamlessly be transported to Rock's giving and people management. One great thing about using Rock alongside FaithStreet is the the time you&
FaithStreet is excited to launch an integration with Planning Center Online.Not everyone needs access to everything. Use the best tool for the job. FaithStreet Giving takes singular, focused approach to building the best giving experience. Online doesn’t have to mean more convenient but less meaningful. Here’s how
FaithStreet was recently featured by the New York Post [http://https://nypost.com/2018/03/31/churches-are-now-accepting-donations-through-apps/] . Here are a few selections. FaithStreet co-founder and CTO Glenn Ericksen on FaithStreet's future “I would say the next [evolution] is less hardware-oriented and more experience-oriented,” FaithStreet co-founder Glenn Ericksen said.
We recently shared an article [http://www.desiringgod.org/interviews/should-all-of-my-tithe-go-to-the-local-church] by Pastor John Piper, in which he argues that “There’s no clear biblical mandate that your generosity has to be in a certain proportion to your church and to other ministries.” We were pretty blown away by your
Think back to college or secondary school sociology class. The instructor would perform an exercise where students would be asked to write down whether they considered their family lower, middle, or upper class. At the end, the instructor would plot out the distribution on the chalk board. Against all laws
**!(http://78.media.tumblr.com/91d8a47b274102206850ebba9d7eb155/tumblr_inline_n48wgsU8qi1sbaog9.jpg)** **Making the most of your Easter offering**Does your church see its biggest attendance of the year on Easter? While preparing for the service, consider three things to make giving easy and accessible on Easter:1. Send personalized Easter emails.
Interesting piece in the New York Times [http://www.nytimes.com/2014/04/02/world/europe/centuries-old-church-passes-a-digital-collection-plate.html?_r=0] about what’s become one of Rome’s biggest tourist attractions – the 800-Year-Old Church of St. Francis at Ripa [http://en.sanfrancescoaripa.com/]. It just so happens that the church