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The Word on Proclaim

Leadership Journal review

At our church, one of our core values is to "Live lean to give more." But the truth is, we're cheap. We rent our facilities and still use PowerPoint. Church presentation software has had about as much chance of passing our budget as the pastor's "Ferrari Fund."

Then we discovered Proclaim, church presentation software from Logos. After a trial run, here's what we've learned:

Affordable

Proclaim is $20 a month for 1-99 people (or $200 a year), going up relative to the size of your congregation. If you're in a small church, like ours, it's nice to have this size-scaled pricing. Refreshing for small churches to be able to afford software that may be too pricey for the mega church down the road.

Guilt free

With the optional month-by-month pricing, if you don't like the program, you can just cancel it. A far better option than feeling guilty for the big bucks you talked the board into spending for that program you are no longer using.

Old guy friendly

Since all presentations and media are stored in ...

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