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60% of Amazon's transactions happen through mobile, and yet digital giving and interactions in the church are in the low single digits.
In 2015, more smartphones were purchased than babies born. Crazy, right? As a church, we simply cannot afford to continue ignoring one of the most powerful tools available to us: mobile.
Throughout history, technology has been vital to the spread of the gospel and growth of the church. The most notable example of this is the powerful role the movable type printing press played in the Protestant Reformation.
But in our day, we don’t suffer from a scarcity problem. In many ways, we suffer from too many options, which can lead to technological fragmentation and a lack of cohesiveness. The best technology brands in the world are now concerned with simplifying and streamlining technology to make it as efficient as possible.
Today, we care about user experience. Is it simple? Is it easy to use? Is it fast? Is it secure? Is it pretty? Does it integrate with the other programs I use?
Our strategy is to strategically move givers toward mobile in a way that feels seamless, simple, and natural to the end user.
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