Church Tech Purchase Guidelines

Improve your ministry with the best technology investments.


Some previous technology purchases have not complimented the ministry. In fact, they may have hindered the work of the church.


With a useful checklist, you can integrate the technology that will advance your ministry and help your team know how to look for what makes a difference.


1. Do you have a pain or problem?

What is the issue or are you wanting to follow a trend?

2. Is the problem a process or political issue?

If this is a political issue, technology will only make it worst.

If you don’t know what it takes to do the job by hand, how will know if this is the right solution?

There are enough challenges with the new technology don’t make your presentation complex too.

4. Can you use your current applications?

You may have the solution under your nose. Can you address it with Microsoft or Google Office?

5. What price point justifies the additional benefits?

Now you can measure the cost against the real benefits.

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