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[Free On-Demand Webinar] Giving Coaching Blog Feature
Samantha Decker

By: Samantha Decker on August 1st, 2017

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[Free On-Demand Webinar] Giving Coaching

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We know that a lot goes into planning for Sunday morning. The welcome, the worship, the sermon, and other aspects of your service are all thought out, but somehow, the offering time seems to typically be an afterthought. But, just like preachers should pray, read, and study, and just like musicians should rehearse, someone needs to prep for the offering.

We've created an On-Demand Webinar (watch it whenever you want!) to help coach you on what the giving time should look like in your service, and why it's important.

In just over 7 minutes, we discuss: clover-give-Coaching-Webinar-landing-page-2.jpg

  • 7 reasons why your offering time is a big deal.
  • How to create a system for engineering an effective offering time. 
  • And how to end with a specific call-to-action.

The more thought-out the offering time, and the simpler the giving process, the more likely people are to give. And we know that giving is vital to ministry at your church. 

Take a few minutes today to learn how you can make some small changes in your offering time will have a big impact.

We're keeping this blog post short and sweet so you can get on to the good stuff. Click below to watch the on-demand webinar and improve how you ask for money.

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About Samantha Decker

As the Content Marketing Manager for Clover Sites, Samantha brings both experience and a passion to equip the local church by providing resources to help them live out their mission for the sake of the Gospel. As a former Church Communications Director, she understands the ins and outs of church communications, and is always up for some (good) coffee and conversation. Samantha enjoys living in Oklahoma City with her husband, Dustin, and their son, Eli.

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