Join us for our Free Webinars or at Our Live Events…
Tuesday, May 15, 2018
Houston’s First Baptist (Downtown Campus)
What is the schedule?
We will begin registration at 8:30 and the session by 9 a.m.
We will end right at noon.
There will be light refreshments available.
From noon until 2, the staff will be available to meet privately with churches to answer questions.
What is the cost of the session?
Thanks to a donor, there is no cost for the session itself.
Who should come?
Churches should bring a team. Ideally, the right team would include the Lead/Senior Pastor, the person that oversees communications, and the person that works closely with your current database or data set. Additionally, if you have a marketing person in-house or contracted, bring them along.
The teams that have had the most success in using data for engagement tend to have congregational members that use data insights for marketing all the time and love to be asked to help in a project like this. So don’t be afraid to ask your congregation for help.
What will happen at the session?
We will give you background on how these tools work and why they work.
We will show the tests run across the nation with these tools so far. These will include actual, real-life churches that are using the tools and their results.
We will show how your church can use the platform for a test to decide if it is the right tool for you.
What is the sample report?
When you register to attend one of the jump start sessions we will prepare a sample report to illustrate some of what this tool can do. It will show some of the impacts you could be having in your community. To receive the report you will need to provide the physical address of one of your locations.
This will only be provided to those that actually attend the live sessions on May 15 or 16.
What is the follow-up?
During the session, we will explain how your church can run a test using these tools. Those churches that decide to run a test will be given the opportunity to receive a scholarship to pay for a portion of the test. The ultimate costs will depend on “how big you want to go.”
Most of the tests we have seen churches use in the past have paid for themselves with increased giving.
Your church will have two weeks to decide whether to go forward in the process at this time.