Over the last six weeks, Lauren Hunter with ChurchTechToday.com, Steve Caton with Church Community Builder, and Tom Roepke a really innovative church leader who has experience in institutional fund development and currently serves in a local church setting and I have discussed key ideas surrounding an emerging conversation that seeks to leverage technology to improve a church’s ability to “make disciples.”
This six part series represents a desire to quantify the assimilation and cultivation process within churches using whatever management system the church currently has in place to measure the behavior and actions of people.What people “say” matters little in comparison to what they “do.” It’s our job as church leaders to facilitate a series of spiritually transformative experiences that help them connect, grow, give, and serve.
Are you taking advantage of technology to improve, inform, and measure your church’s disciple-making process? If not, why? If you don’t, someone else will and chances are it will be an organization OTHER THAN the church. (It’s sad to think that those who lead organizations outside the church are more strategic about reaching our members than we are.)
I hope this series has challenged your thinking about the use of technology in your church and will lead to changes in your strategy to develop the time, talent, and treasure God intended to fund the Kingdom impact he has called your church to accomplish.
Listen or download the entire series.
Podcasts in this series: