Monthly Archives: May 2010

Group by Age/Grade

Regardless of how your Sunday School is organized, you can group children, teens, and adults by age/grade. ┬áIf the group contains only one grade (e.g. “3rd Graders”), you can promote the entire group to the next grade with one click. … Continue reading

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Automated Messages to Parents

Messages are automatically sent to parents when any of the following occur: Student is late Student is absent Student receives a demerit or detention Student receives a D on any homework, quiz, test, etc Student receives an F on any … Continue reading

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Weekly Outreach Team Reports

Weekly reports are used to increase accountability for the outreach team. Each member of the outreach team posts a report with the number of hours visited during the preceding week, a written summary of activity during the week, and a … Continue reading

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Very Important People

Reaching people transcends programs and processes. Personal interest usually makes the difference. Each outreach team member can set up a list of VIPs (Very Important People). This flexible tracking mechanism allows outreach team members to put anyone on their VIP … Continue reading

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Decision Details

The visit details page is used to add or modify a decision. For a new decision, select a person as the counselor (optional). The date of the decision must be provided. A built-in calendar simplifies the process of entering the … Continue reading

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Browse Decisions

Decisions are arranged in a folder hierarchy, like files on your computer. This intuitive and familiar structure makes decisions readily accessible. Expand or collapse folder levels to show groups of decisions (e.g. all decisions this week). Enter text to search … Continue reading

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Print Visit

Outreach activity can be tracked completely on the web, but typically a hard copy print out of a visit is desirable for the outreach team member making the visit. The printed visit contains all of the information needed for the … Continue reading

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Assign Visit

A critical component of effective outreach is ensuring that visits are completed in a timely manner. Once a visit is assigned to a member of the outreach team, the team member should be able to see the visit and enter … Continue reading

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Outreach Team

The outreach team is the group of people within the church who counsel people who respond to the invitation, who make visits, and who track prospects. The outreach team is comprised of volunteers as well as staff members. Anyone within … Continue reading

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Relating Visits and Decisions

If the result of a visit is a salvation decision, then a salvation decision is automatically recorded. When the visit is displayed, a link to the related decision will be shown. Similarly, if a decision requires a follow-up visit, then … Continue reading

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