Tech Tuesday: How to Integrate Faithlife Giving with Faithlife Proclaim

One of the best ways to inspire generosity in your church is to keep your congregation informed.

When people know where their donations are going, see the progress they are making together, and learn how God is using their gifts to grow the kingdom, generosity grows. It’s exciting to be on mission together.

Faithlife Proclaim and Faithlife Giving are integrated to help you keep your church informed and inspired toward generosity.

This post will show you how to unlock this feature and use it in Proclaim.

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 of Proclaim 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 through Faithlife Giving.

Don’t have Faithlife Proclaim yet?

Start a free 30-day trial (no credit card required). For a month, you and your church will get access to powerful church presentation software, plus Pro Media, a collection of over 14,000 pieces of media designed just for churches.

Check out the training article

Learn everything you need to know about adding Giving media to Proclaim.

The short of it is:

  1. In Proclaim, click Media > Browse Media and click “Faithlife Giving” under the Popular tags header in the left-hand menu.
  1. Select one of the slides and click “Add as new Content item.
  1. Enter your information as prompted in the service editor.
  2. Go On Air to see your slide in action.

That’s it! You’ll see your giving slide design automatically update with the information you entered.

Don’t have Faithlife Giving? 

Get started today.

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Matthew Boffey

Matthew Boffey (MDiv, Trinity International University) is the pastor of worship at Christ Church Bellingham. He is also editor-in-chief of Ministry Team magazine, has edited several books, and has written for several blogs and publications, including Relevant online, the Logos blog, and the Faithlife blog.

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Written by Matthew Boffey