The Joshua Gagnon Leadership Podcast
About This Show
Welcome to the Joshua Gagnon Leadership Podcast. Pastor Josh is the founding and lead pastor of Next Level Church, a unique move of God with multiple locations. You can learn more about him at www.joshuagagnon.com or about the church at www.nlc.tv. He is passionate about helping other leaders and pastors communicate the love of Jesus more effectively and grow in their leadership.
Most Recent Episode
Ep 044: The Business of the Church with Daniel King
4 days ago
Welcome to Episode 44 of the Joshua Gagnon Leadership Podcast!
Today’s guest is Pastor Daniel King, the Operations Pastor at Next Level Church. In this episode, Pastor Daniel presents a quick overview of the many tools and programs we use at Next Level Church to keep our organization running as efficiently as possible. If you would like more information on this topic, email email@example.com.
Mentioned In This Episode:
Kin HR (for human resources and onboarding) - https://kinhr.com/
Gusto (for human resources) - https://gusto.com/
ChurchTeams (for discipleship and groups) - https://www.churchteams.com/ct/
Trained Up (for training staff and volunteers) - https://trainedup.org/
PEX (for expenses) - http://pexcard.com/
Slack (for internal communications) - https://slack.com/
Planning Center Online (for planning weekends and scheduling) - https://planningcenteronline.com/
SecureGive (for church giving) - http://www.securegive.com/
G Suite (formerly Google Apps for Work, for email, documents, spreadsheets, and calendars) - https://gsuite.google.com/
Church Metrics (data tracking tool) - https://churchmetrics.com/
Hootsuite (for scheduling social media posts) - https://hootsuite.com/
MailChimp (for sending mass emails) - http://mailchimp.com/
Dropbox (for organizing files) - https://www.dropbox.com/
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Date published: 2015-08-26