One of the best ways to inspire generosity in your church is to keep your congregation informed.
When people know where their contributions are going, see the progress they are making together, and learn how God is using their financial gifts to grow the kingdom, generosity grows. It’s exciting to be on mission together.
Faithlife Proclaim and Faithlife Giving are now integrated to help you keep your church informed and inspired toward generosity.
Math meets design—and you do neither
When you link Proclaim to funds in Faithlife Giving, both programs work together to report finances beautifully. Just choose a giving slide in Proclaim, link it to a Giving fund, and watch the numbers load right into the design.
The great news is, you’re just a few steps away from using this feature.
How to get started
If you are a current Proclaim subscriber (or free trial member), get started here. Select your church, and you’ll be directed to complete the Faithlife Giving onboarding form. Once you’re approved you can start receiving donations.
If you are not a Proclaim subscriber, start a free trial now. You’ll then be taken through the same process.
When you get started with Faithlife Giving, you’ll also get a free communications kit to help you encourage your church to begin giving generously through Faithlife Giving.
How to create your first giving slide
When you’re ready to enjoy the integration, read the full training article or follow the steps outlined below.
- Click Media and open the Media Browser
- Search “Faithlife Giving” and select a design
- Select your Fund from the dropdown field
- Edit the Goal Amount field
That’s it! You’ll see the numbers and design automatically adjust to display your church’s progress toward whatever fund you selected.
*Account must be actively processing $500 in donations each month for the first six months to redeem the offer of another six months. The account will fall back to a paid Premium subscription if donations are not processed within any 60-day timeframe during the 12-month promotional period.