Alvin here from CCBTutorials.com.
I have great news today with an offer to solve your church’s technical challenges. But let me give you a little background first.
As many of you know, I launched CCBTutorials almost three years ago (and WOW, time flies!) — a self-study learning tool for non-technical (and technical) church staff with a desire to use Church Community Builder’s (CCB) Application Programming Interface (API) to realize integrated and efficient church operations.
Week after week, I receive calls and emails from churches across the US because of the tutorials. I’ve helped a growing number of you and your churches bridge a host of challenging technical gaps with fantastic results and reviews:
- Reducing, often eliminating, manual data entry of labor-intensive tasks with a bit of PHP magic
- Simplifying church newsletter management in its entirety via Mailchimp integration
- Integrating Typeform and Wufoo forms for a new and improved form experience
- Removing and adding persons to process queues based on external non-CCB data and behaviors
- Updating profile gifts, abilities, passions, and personality styles to better know how members and attendees are suited to serve and share the Gospel
- And many other popular tutorials (see sidebar on website)…
So here’s the big news you’ve been waiting for…
You’re part of the dedicated CCBTutorials community. You’re not one of those fly-by-night types, you actively participate in our weekly tutorials (right?).
And you’re not scared off by our coding examples. Instead, it gives you motivation, inspiration, and real-world tactics to help bridge your church’s technical gaps. I love you for that. You’re willing to learn, try, and grow.
Now if you’re at a loss in solving your church’s technical gaps and inefficiencies, then I have just the answer to help you bridge the tech gap faster should CCBTutorials not get you there quicker than quick.
Starting March 1st, your church can now visit CCBHelp.com to book an appointment with me (first hour free per church, additional hours paid) to answer your technical questions, or even consider hiring our team for your church’s next CCB development or integration project.
So if you’re short on time or reading tutorials is not your thing, but you need CCB API questions answered like yesterday, then I’d contact CCBHelp.com today (like right now!).
And before I sign off, yes tutorials will continue on here at CCBTutorials.com for the foreseeable future, Lord willing.
Again, if you’re in need of a quick technical answer or solution, or need some consultative advice and insight, then CCBHelp.com is the option for you and your church.
Well, that’s it. I hope to see and hear from you soon over at CCBHelp.com.
Thanks again for your support of CCBTutorials by being a newsletter subscriber (subscribe now if you’re reading and not a subscriber, please).
It’s greatly appreciated.
P.S. Stay tuned, I have another announcement coming towards the end of the month. It’s a surprise that is sure to equip, empower, and enable your church greater community visibility. That’s all I can say for now.