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Changing platforms can be stressful. Don’t do it alone.

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“Our mission is reaching a city to touch a world, and none of that is possible without technology. Not everyone is going to walk through the church doors physically. For us to be able to reach folks where they’re at, whether it’s at home or a coffee shop, technology has been amazing with that.”

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Rob Ferguson,
Bethel World Outreach

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“At North Point we are always looking for ways to partner instead of pioneer. With Pushpay we found a partner who understands giving in the local church and handles it the way that we would if we were in their place.”

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Rick Holliday,
North Point Community Church

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“Pushpay has been an incredible partner. Not only has Pushpay made it easy for our people to be generous, the Pushpay team has continued to invest in improving the giving experience while providing exceptional support along the way. ”

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Marcus Hsia,
Austin Stone Church

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“Watermark is a four-campus church with 15,000 weekend attendees. With 200+ full time employees and 100+ ministries, running a church of this size is no small task. Each year, we’re entrusted with millions of dollars (72% digital). Pushpay is a key partner in helping us run efficiently and maximize the resources entrusted to us.”

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Brett Billman,
Watermark Church

Better Together: A Pushpay & Church Community Builder Webinar

Watch the on-demand version of this product webinar to see firsthand how bundling these two products creates the perfect engagement system for your church.

Quick Reads

How to Train Volunteers for Church Services After Quarantine

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How to Train Volunteers for Church Services After Quarantine

Once your congregation comes back from quarantine, the inner workings of your church are going to be different. Church operations aren’t going to look like they did before. However, there are going ...

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5 YouTube Tips for Churches in 2020

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5 YouTube Tips for Churches in 2020

2020 is forcing congregations around the globe to find new ways to connect. With the spread of COVID-19, many churches are finding that they need to meet and congregate digitally to keep their members...

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25 Bible Verses About Fathers

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25 Bible Verses About Fathers

Throughout the Bible, the role of fathers is extremely important. There are instructions about how to raise children. There are examples of good (and bad) fathers. And God himself is described as our ...

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5 Ways to Stay Digitally Connected Through the Summer Slump

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5 Ways to Stay Digitally Connected Through the Summer Slump

This year, many churches may see their biggest summer slump ever. Social distancing guidelines and stay-at-home orders will likely ebb and flow, but even as recommendations change, the fear of COVID-1...

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5 Tips for Defining Digital Church Attendance

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5 Tips for Defining Digital Church Attendance

As churches move their services online, they have to figure out what kind of metrics they’ll use to monitor engagement. When your church gathers physically, attendance is a pretty easy thing to gaug...

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5 Outreach Ideas for Summer

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5 Outreach Ideas for Summer

At the moment, there are a lot of questions about the future. It’s hard to know what the summer will look like. It’s possible that many states will still have stay-at-home orders. If that’s the ...

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3 Steps for Attracting Business People to Your Church

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3 Steps for Attracting Business People to Your Church

The character of a church is defined by the people who attend. The more well rounded and diverse your church, the healthier it will be. So if they have a robust artistic community or a lot of great te...

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4 Summer Activities and Ministries for Kids in Uncertain Times

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4 Summer Activities and Ministries for Kids in Uncertain Times

It feels strange to put together a list of summer activities for kids when so many states are under stay-at-home orders. But summer is coming, and churches should be thinking about how they’ll minis...

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Generosity During COVID-19: Recognizing and Encouraging The Gift of Giving When It’s Needed Most

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Generosity During COVID-19: Recognizing and Encouraging The Gift of Giving When It’s Needed Most

It can be difficult to think about giving when there’s much that’s being taken away: the freedom to go wherever you feel, the community of a gathering, and even your income. Yet, as Christians, we...

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