A church runs in very much the same way any typical organization runs. It receives inputs (believers/staff) from the society, processes, and procedures, and followed up with outputs (spiritually lifted believers/paid staff).
You may not agree with the terminologies I’ve used. Nonetheless, a church is an organization, complete with objectives and strategies to achieve these objectives. Sounding like a commercial company, huh?
And like any 21st-century organization worth its salt, coming up with strategic policies that are both effective and efficient is key to adaptation and survival to the environmental changes. For this reason, a church too, just like any other organization, needs to incorporate information and technology in operation to achieve effectiveness and efficiency.
Introducing churchADMIN 1.0
churchADMIN 1.0 is a management information system (MIS) for church operations. It is set to be a vital tool for administrative functions within the church. The MIS enables the admin to manage the church’s data; first time members, regular members attendance, tithes collected, record keeping, staff wages and salaries, and a host of many other admin tools that enable the automation of tasks and offline accessibility.
churchADMIN 1.0 is still in beta …read more