make your life a family vbs

TouchPoint Church Management System News

I know that some of you are still experiencing blizzards and winter weather – but, it is not too early to start thinking about Vacation Bible School. We have already set up our online registration to enlist our workers for our VBS, which will occur in June. That registration will go live the first of March. Our online registration for the children will not start until later, of course.

The reason I am blogging about this now is to plant a seed in your mind. If you have not been enlisting your VBS workers by using an online registration, you just might be missing out on something that could make your life a whole lot easier!

VBS is one of the biggest outreach ministries that we have here at Bellevue. It is a time that can potentially change the lives of children forever as you reach them with…

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life with christ is a must

BNIGuy's Blog

“Adventure is just bad planning.” ~~Roald Amundsen

Professional athletes know the value of careful planning.  Pilots rely on the thoroughness of checklist actions.  Generals in battle and CEOs of the largest companies in the world all rely on solid plans.  Some teams believe that given enough time to plan—say two weeks in a football season—they can be invincibly prepared for any team.

On a personal level we all know that the more carefully we plan the more likelihood of success in almost any endeavor.

Why, then, do so few sales professionals preplan their sales calls?  Appointments with decision-makers are rare and failure to plan is like planning to fail.  When surveyed, the most common reasons are that they plan on the way to the appointment, relying on experience to guide them through.  Or, they either don’t know they should or don’t know how to preplan a customer contact.

There are…

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my life in christ has been a great help for friends and family

The WordPress.com Blog

Recently, I highlighted blogs and websites displaying custom colors and custom fonts, which you can enable on your own site with a Custom Design upgrade. Today, let’s look at a free way to easily transform your site: a custom background.

If chosen carefully, a custom background can reveal a lot about your site’s focus, as well as your overall aesthetic. I asked a few users about the backgrounds they’ve uploaded to their sites, and how they chose them:

Gherkins & Tomatoes, Biscuits & Gravy

Cynthia, the writer and photographer behind Gherkins & Tomatoes, Biscuits & Gravy, focuses on the cuisine and rich history of the American South. Her background caught my eye immediately — it enhances and unifies her image-oriented site.

Tell us about your custom background. Why did you choose it?

I downloaded this background from GRSites, which has all sorts of textures. I love the tiled…

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