[Podcast] How To Use Technology To Engage Millennials In The Church
By: Holly Tate August 18, 2015
Millennials are disengaged from church and never tithe, right?
Well, that's not what Pushpay, a mobile giving app for churches, is seeing.
In today's episode of the Vanderbloemen Leadership Podcast, Eliot Crowther, co-founder of Pushpay, talk about how churches who speak the love language of millennials - innovation - are seeing higher church engagement and giving increased.
Eliot Crowther & William Vanderbloemen
Guest Links: Eliot Crowther, co-founder of Pushpay / eChurchGiving
Links Mentioned in this Episode
- Vanderbloemen's Executive Pastor Coaching Network
- Soul City Church in Chicago, IL
- Community Bible Church in San Antonio, TX
- Slack Collaboration App
- Bonhoeffer by Erick Metaxas
Quotes from Eliot:
"If you start giving in your twenties, you're twice as likely to continue giving than any other working decade in your life." [CLICK TO TWEET]
"You have this generation of people coming out of college beginning to earn money, and they’re going to make decisions about generosity that are going to dictate their future." [CLICK TO TWEET]
"Millennials' love language is innovation. They live on cool solutions on their phone and then are asked to use Windows 95 on Sunday." [CLICK TO TWEET]
"Effective communication is about creating unity." [CLICK TO TWEET]
"Align your culture with your core values and mission." [CLICK TO TWEET]
"Have a communications platform for your team that everyone can engage with." [CLICK TO TWEET]
"You’ve got team members that are committed to the vision that you’re carrying. Do something positive for your team on a regular basis. Talk about what’s happened this week and cast vision." [CLICK TO TWEET]