This press release below described ChurchSpot as a web-based platform that was designed to increase church commitment and communication. ChurchSpot was first launched in 2008 and its last update was October 2011, according to archive.org. Also see the 2 blog posts at https://reserveaspot.blogspot.com from its founder to learn more about the ChurchSpot software.
Contact: Brady Whitesel, Founder, ChurchSpot Inc., 317-410-4100
INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. 11 /Christian Newswire/ — Indianapolis-based ChurchSpot introduces today a web-based software product created to help churches see greater levels of commitment within the church body and improve communication. ChurchSpot takes the best from today’s church management solutions and social web and fine tunes these tools to facilitate the advancement of church ministry. ChurchSpot connects a church’s ministries with the church’s ministry process. As a result, it helps breed greater levels of commitment within the church body to accomplish God’s purposes.
“We are very excited to see the release of this product because it will help the church deliver on three very important objectives.” Co-founder and visionary for ChurchSpot, Brady Whitesel understands the challenges facing many churches and believes that ChurchSpot will succeed in helping churches:
1. Get families involved in the church 24/7
2. Improve communication between church leadership and families, and
3. Obtain greater levels of commitment from the church body.
Greater levels of commitment occur when a church’s ministries are connected to the church’s ministry process, and communication is an around the clock, around the calendar job. ChurchSpot makes both easier. Every family gets a family homepage where they can keep track and manage all of their family activities. As a result, the family homepage provides a channel for the church and its ministries to begin communicating 24/7. Ministry leaders have the ability to update and easily manage their own ministry homepages which were previously managed by an overburdened church’s administrative staff and every ministry is connected to the church’s ministry process. This has freed up church staff to accomplish more with less, which in this economic environment, makes a huge difference to the budget. ChurchSpot can save a church money and has proven to be an effective ministry tool.
About ChurchSpot: Founded in Indianapolis in 2008, ChurchSpot develops web-based software designed to advance the ministries within the Christian church. For more information on how ChurchSpot works, go to ChurchSpot’s website.