Spreading “Easy-to-Use” News for 2012

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While we don’t often promote other web sites here on our blog, we recently came across a neat product you need to check out. If anyone is looking for a resource to help schedule your worship and church spaces, look at ministrEspace from Cool Solutions Group. ministrEspace is an easy-to-use, cloud-based service for church scheduling needs. You can coordinate and schedule events, rooms, resources and associated human interactivity for your facility all within ministrEspace. It allows for a quick, easy setup and multiple user access with public and private calendar viewing. They even offer a 30-day FREE trial to get you started! Check it out!

Can’t Remember Last Easter’s Service? WorshipPlanning.com does!

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With just a few days left to finalize your Easter service plans,  hopefully you already have the details of your worship flow and song arrangements.  But perhaps during the planning stage you were trying to remember what the worship service looked like last year.  No need to scrounge around your archived emails or send your search dog after year-old Word documents.  If you were using WorshipPlanning.com back then, you could access that info with just a couple of clicks.

Since we are all tight on time this week, I’ll cut to the chase:

  1. Once logged in to your WP account, go to Services >> Manage All Services
  2. Click the “Show Past Services” button on the far left

That’s it!  You might have to make sure you are sorting by the date and adjust the number of services that show per page, but it shouldn’t take you long to find the right service (Easter was on April 24 last year, by the way).  And, if the service has “Easter” in the message topic, you can find it even faster by typing Easter in the search text box.

The folks here at WorshipPlanning.com hope you have a highly blessed and low stress Easter.  As we tweeted earlier today, we pray that you aren’t so busy doing the work of God that you forget to seek the presence of God.

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