How to Grow a Church from 50 to 100 Using Church Growth Software

  Is Growing a Church from 50 to 100 Possible? To grow a church takes more than advertising and having exceptional events. There are about 50% of church attenders who go to a church of fewer than 100 people. Many of these churches do not grow past 50 people. Some want...

How Church Growth Software Can Help With Growing a Church

  What is Church Growth Software? Church Growth Software is church management software that enables purpose growth. Designed with Purpose Driven Church principles that are used for growing a church that has a consistent and healthy growth. Church Growth Software Has...

Church Growth Software Version 4.3 Update

  Growing churches that use the software make certain requests throughout the year. This helps us make needed Church Growth Software updates periodically. We take the most requested changes or add-on’s and put them in an update. Our goal is to help churches grow a...

How To Grow Your Church Membership

Why only a few first-time visitors or guests come back and become church members? This makes it hard to grow your church membership. This is happening in many churches today. During the special holidays or events, many more people come to church, and then the...

Growing a Church from 50 to 100

Is Growing a Church from 50 to 100 Possible? About 50% of church attenders go to a church of fewer than 100 people. Many of these churches are having a hard time growing a church from 50 to 100. Some want to grow and others do not.  For those who want to see their...

What Is Church Growth Software?

How Church Growth Software Started Church Growth Software started when there was a need for a Purpose Driven or Willow Creek Ministry model software which was non-existent in 1999. With more churches using these concepts, several purposes driven church pastors and...

8 Reasons Why Small Churches Don’t Grow

  Small Church Growth Are churches growing? If we look at the church growth statistics from 1998 until now, attendance has been declining every year. In fact, the percentage of young-adult dropouts has increased from 59 to 64 percent in the last couple of years....