Helping churches do the boring stuff.

(i.e. the stuff that really matters)

Our goal is to provide tools and resources to help with the everyday grind of ministry. Things like writing sermons, planning church services, keeping track of prayer requests, and serving each other.

We believe that although these will never be flashy or cool, that they are what truly makes a church matter for eternity.

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Introducing Sermons

Completely free sermon hosting for your church

Church Tools Classic

Our original suite of tools for helping churches with sermons, prayer requests and websites, available for $150 per year.

October 18, 2019

The Next Version of Church Tools Will Be Free And Open Source

Today I made two announcements on Twitter I'm really excited about: The next version of Church Tools Sermons should be available next week. Moving forward Church Tools are going to be 100% free and open source. Let me get into those in more detail:...


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October 14, 2019

Future Plans for Church Tools

I’m currently in the process of redoing The current implementation of ChurchTools was really the first app(s) I built myself. Like the first piece of furniture I built and the first sermon I preached, it’s very rough around the...


November 4, 2019

Many New Features Added

I've done a ton of work on Sermons over the last week and just wanted to let you know about some new features: Churches can now have more than one user. Churches can now customize the font, colors,...


October 18, 2019

My favorite free resource

Almost twenty years ago, when I was in Bible College, I found this little website called "" Even then there were many websites where you could read the Bible, but what...


October 17, 2019

The greatest church tool

At this point, I've been in the ministry for fifteen years, with more than half of those serving as the lead pastor at a smaller church. During this time, I've also moonlighted as a web developer...


October 13, 2019

How (and why) to livestream your services

When I was in Bible college, the mega-church I attended was one of the first to live stream their services online. I remember the large tv style camera's spread throughout the auditorium, each...