In 1847, a group of slaves in Springfield, Missouri built a place of worship. Even though they were granted permission from their master, the slaves were engaging in the political act of resistance, or church activism. That practice of church activism has continued until today, in 2021.
Last Friday we hosted a live panel discussion announcing the release of our report, “Giving in Faith: How Coronavirus Widened the Digital Divide.” We’re happy to provide this recording of the webinar that you can watch any time you like.
We’re facing an unprecedented health crisis. But Givelify gives communities of faith the tools it takes to adapt to the next generation of charitable giving—and take fundraising efforts to a higher level.
Getting started with Givelify at your place of worship is quick and simple. Let us walk you through everything you need to know!
Both the spiritual and practical sides of a successful Easter require careful planning. As a pastor, Wes has developed the following strategies.