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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

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Quick Reads

Coming Together: The Pushpay & Church Community Builder Story

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Coming Together: The Pushpay & Church Community Builder Story

While recently in Colorado Springs, Bruce Gordon, Pushpay CEO, had an opportunity to sit down with Chris Fowler, Church Community Builder Founder and Visionary, to share more about how the two compani...

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How to Make a Statement with Giving Statements

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How to Make a Statement with Giving Statements

Annual giving statements are more than just a government obligation. They’re an opportunity to engage people who have financially supported your church, make them feel valued, and encourage them to ...

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Turning Faithful (and Occasional) Givers into Recurring Givers

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Turning Faithful (and Occasional) Givers into Recurring Givers

Digital giving solutions have made it simpler, faster, and more convenient for your church members to give. But if you don’t have a strategy to get your congregation set up to automate their giving,...

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How to Thank Donors After the Holidays

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How to Thank Donors After the Holidays

Like many churches, you probably depend on year-end giving to cover your budget and make up for periods of low giving (like the “summer slump”). Between #GivingTuesday, the increased cultural focu...

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Recurring Giving: What Your Church Needs to Know

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Recurring Giving: What Your Church Needs to Know

Recurring giving lets your church members give every month automatically. After picking a day they want their gift to occur each month, they don’t have to touch anything again. It’s the easiest wa...

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Practical Servant Leadership for Church Leaders

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Practical Servant Leadership for Church Leaders

Cheryl Bachelder is the CEO of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Inc., and she admits to not being particularly gifted in the specific ways her church asked her to serve. While she may not have found joy hel...

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4 Things Churches Should Learn from Netflix

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4 Things Churches Should Learn from Netflix

Every single day, over 117 million people collectively watch more than 140 million hours of shows and movies on Netflix. That’s about 1 hour and 11 minutes per person per day. Can you imagine if ...

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Why Your Other Church App Didn’t Work

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Why Your Other Church App Didn’t Work

“We tried a church app. It didn’t work.” We hear church leaders say things like that a lot. They built a custom app, rolled out digital giving, and . . . crickets. Nobody used it. The return...

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5 Ways to Help People Transition from Livestreams to In-Person Participation

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5 Ways to Help People Transition from Livestreams to In-Person Participation

There are a lot of benefits to livestreaming your services. It serves members who can’t attend in person because they: Moved away for college Traveled out of town for work Were too sick t...

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