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eChurch Project launches Goodie Pack

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By: Yinka Okeowo

eChurch Project has launched a creative and innovative pack dubbed “eChurch Project Goodie Pack”

According to the Founder of eChurch Project, Mr Oluwaseyi Olaleye, “Ministry that will survive in the 21st Century must invest resources in new set of tools and skills, in building relevant and required competency to explore and drive growth available in the dynamic world”.

He added that; “these blend of tools are not only prerequisites for both small and large ministries for building the future church, but they are creatively and innovatively designed to digitally equip pastors and ministries to reach the unchurched and succeed in ministry like never before”

Some of the highlights of the packages are as follows: one (1) year domain, hosting and emails, one month internet Subscription, 10″ Tecno Tablet, One (1) Year Non-Toll Free prayer line for your church and One (1) Year Insurance Cover for the tablet.

The benefits which include cost saving on digital tools, ease ministry work, ease of use without any prior technical skills and attracting millennia to get involved in ministry, and give your ministry visibility in the cyberspace and so on.

Oluwaseyi Olaleye further stresses, that, this package is available in different packages depending on your ministry financial capability, gives you the opportunity to scale up as you grow in ministry.

These necessary tools are not only meant for pastors, but also for media department.

In conclusion, the package is supported by major tech stakeholders, who are interested in the church industry and passionate about their growth, such as mansad insurance, Tecno, Alpha technologies and ONENET Domain Name and hosting company.

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