One of the great challenges in the church is finding qualified and willing people to provide leadership to the stewardship and financial areas of congregational life. The first qualification is not being an account, nor is it being rich – it is being generous! There are a great many skills we teach an individual, but a person only becomes generous by choosing to do so. To be a leader in this arena, you have to believe that what your church does matters, that it should have the resources necessary to carry out its mission, and that you are willing to put your money where your mouth is!
If you have the commitment to grow in generosity, this section will help equip you with the other skills you need.
- Four Fundraising Secrets
- Being a Stewardship Leader in the Age of Covid
- Stewardship In a Time of Crisis – Masks and Money
- What’s Next?
- Stewardship in a Time of Crisis: The Government and Free Money
- Stewardship In A Time of Crisis – Annual Campaigns
- Stewardship in a Time of Crisis: Best Practices for the Invitation to the Offering in a Streaming Environment
- When Your Church Closes Your Ministry Doesn’t Have To End
- The Importance of a Gifts Policy
- Sample Gifts Policy
- Charity and the New Tax Law
- Proper Receipting for Non-cash Gifts
- Best Practices: Year Round Stewardship
- Assessing Gifts At Risk
- Thirty-six Questions You Should Be Able To Answer About Money in Your Congregation