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Checkin Live!

p1050099.JPGToday was Crossroads first day with Fellowship One (F1) check-in live.

Doug Miller and his wife Kay built these fabulous enclosures after looking at photos of kiosks at Granger Community Church. He built 5 of these units and Kay did the finish work. We're very proud of these kiosks and blown away with the quality of work this couple is capable of. A big thanks to Doug and Kay.

We started our first Sunday with two units and only checked in people who had already been using our previous check-in system. F1 was very responsive and easy to use. Our volunteers learned the system on the job. Jason (the guy in red) and I were there to train people and make sure everything ran smoothly.

Next week we will roll out two more of these stations and the fifth the following week.

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  1. January 29, 2006 at 11:15 pm | #1

    They look great Brian!

  2. January 30, 2006 at 12:59 am | #2

    Brian,

    Kay and Doug did a most excellent job! I am sure everyone is going to be so excited to see the value and benefits of the processes that you have put in place.

  3. February 28, 2007 at 3:57 pm | #3

    Brian,

    Could you send me a couple more pics of your kiosks? How did you do the logo?

    Thanks bro,
    Jason

  4. April 13, 2007 at 8:17 am | #4

    Brian,
    Jason sent us the link to your blog so that we could check out the kiosks that Doug and Kay made. I designed and built the kiosks at GCC and Jason posted the pictures on his blog almost immediately after they were delivered. It is amazing to see how God has used that posting. Churches without talented people like Doug and Kay began inquiring where they could get a kiosk like GCC’s.
    In response to the need for attractive, sturdy check in stations, I joined with several other members of GCC to produce kiosks. We formed a company called Cornerstone Cabinetry. God has blessed us in ways that we couldn’t even begin to imagine since then. He is using these “little boxes” to help in the ministry of churches all over the United States and Canada.

    Congratulations to Doug and Kay for doing an excellent job in building the kiosks for Crossroads. May God bless them for their willingness to use their skills in the ministry at Crossroads.
    For churches that don’t have talented people like Doug and Kay, send them to cornerstonecabinetry.net. We would love to work with them.

    Les Rassi

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