Every congregation is unique.The time we spend listening to the minister(s) or other ministry leaders is indispensible. Because of our personal ministry backgrounds we listen not just because it’s our job but because we are interested in what you are doing.
We ask questions. We want to understand your direction and technology. We want to improve your technological position but we want to integrate what you have that works. Technology might include: Computers, current web presence, sermons online, podcasting, etc.
Our company may sell fewer services/product in the short run, but experience has taught us it is better, and less stressful on your ministry, for you to do a few things well — rather than own a boatload of technology that is poorly utilized.
You will effectively implement the services we provide because together we evaluate what is most important to do first. Equally important, we are unsurpassed in training our clients in using the services/products they choose.
Technology is a means to an end. It is not the end. Technology is useful to the degree it enables us to more effectively get the message out in the sphere of influence God has allotted us.