At Church Community Builder, our journey will always be about trying to provide insight that helps you, as church leaders, be more effective. We are so much more than a software company! God has blessed us with a lot of amazing people who have experience in church leadership and a tremendous heart for the local church (and church leaders like you!). This blog is inviting you into the conversations we have on a daily basis. We want to hear your voice as you lead from the frontlines of Kingdom work!


NextGen Generosity

People have always given to churches using the currency of the day. When our culture was agrarian, people gave animals or produce. When currency was introduced, giving became monetary. When the Industrial Revolution came, people gave more regularly as personal incomes became more predictable and scheduled. Today’s shift toward online and mobile giving is simply… Read More

Five new Church Community Builder features you should know

When you’ve got effective technology supporting solid processes and good people, doing church becomes so much easier. If you’ve been familiar with Church Community Builder for any length of time, you know that we are constantly updating our software for the purpose of equipping church leaders for greater ease and success. In fact, the new… Read More

Church Partner Highlight: Decentralizing ministry after 100 years of history

How we answer the call to equip may be different in each church, but there are a handful of principles we can leverage as leaders to lead and inspire more people to be the church. Bethlehem Church recognized that people don’t naturally connect to a church, mature spiritually, and then move into leadership roles by… Read More

Five resources to overcome the most difficult ministry challenges in 2015

If there’s one thing we can be sure of in the New Year, it’s that our ministries will face a variety of challenges. I don’t mean to be a downer, but whether it’s the need to increase volunteers or take generosity to a new level, there will be issues that, left unaddressed, might keep you… Read More