Posts Tagged ‘Internet & Technology’

A Digital Experience in Such A Time as This

The Outcomes Conference Digital Experience is almost HERE!  The Outcomes Conference Digital Experience 2020  is a learning experience for such a time as this.  We know that as leaders in this unprecedented time, you are no longer managing change, but you are in the midst of leading organizational transformation. This event was designed to help you…

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CLA Online Academy – Winter Session

The CLA Online Academy is an excellent way to invest in your leadership skills early in the new year. The WINTER Term begins on January 19, 2015. Registration for this session closes on January 12, 2015. This Winter, CLA is pleased to introduce the NEW CCNL2 Stewardship Module. This module is mandatory for all those…

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CLA Webcast 11.20.14: Marketing Transformation

Did you know 90 percent of nonprofits still employ the same fundraising and communication strategies they used 10 years ago?  Perhaps now is the time for radical marketing transformation in your organization’s strategy.  Join Christian Leadership Alliance  for the November CLA Encore Series monthly webcast on “Marketing Transformation” with Corey Gordon, Chief Marketing Officer for…

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Leaders Investing in Leaders: CLA Online Academy Summer 2014

The Summer quarter is rapidly approaching for the CLA Online Academy that is powered by Azusa Pacific University College  and sponsored by ECFA. This online experience to learning makes leadership development easy and accessible. It’s the place where you will find great leaders investing in leaders! What a great time for you to sharpen your…

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Perpetually Connected

By Gordon Marcy In February, research and advisory firm, Forrester Research released its “Mobile Trends for Marketers” and “Interactive Marketing Predictions” for 2013. These studies show more clearly than ever just how much Christian ministries must rapidly embrace technological change in order to reach their perpetually connected audiences. Connected TV is Here One area that this…

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What You Need to Know About Online Giving

By Brad Davies It’s worse than you think… According to a May 2013, PewInternet survey on American adults use of the Internet, most individuals prefer to go online to take care of various tasks in their lives such as banking (61 percent), getting news (78 percent), and communicating with friends (88 percent). Yet online giving,…

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CLA Online Academy Winter Session: Registration Closes 1.6.14

The Christian Leadership Alliance (CLA) Online Academy is a dynamic experience that will take the Christian leadership skills of your entire team to the next level of excellence. We make it easy for you to learn, no matter where you are!  There is no better way to start get your new year off to a…

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Is Facebook Holding Your Fans for Ransom?

By Georgia Joseph Facebook marketing is over — welcome to the new era of Facebook advertising. A recent article on AdAge Digital  begins, “Facebook is being more blunt about the fact that marketers are going to have to pay for reach.” So, if you’ve noticed your Facebook referral traffic dropping lately, you’re not the only one and…

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Internet Evangelism: The Case for Actually Getting Results

By John Edmiston One of the most frequent objections to Internet evangelism and to the use of information technology in missions is that of numbers and results being seen as worldly and therefore as “unspiritual”. Jesus was transformational. Jesus changed the situation that He was in. The change was visible, measurable, and often astonishing. The…

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3 Reasons to Embrace Technology in 2014

By Kristen Pope Humanitarian organizations use text messaging to collect donations after a disaster. Some ministries house all their assets online for advocates to download and share. Churches have giving kiosks in the lobby to cater to the new generation of cash and checkless givers. Many ministries and nonprofits are successfully embracing technology to market, fundraise…

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