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What’s happening in churches where giving remains strong while attendance drops?
One of the most toxic statements a church member or group of church members can make is, “We pay the bills at this church.”
Our use of money tells children what we actually value the most, and we need God’s help to embody a godly financial vision and achieve a lasting legacy through our children.
These 5 expressions of God’s love are core to you and I leading the way Jesus models for us.
If you’re a Senior Pastor, Executive Pastor, or any kind of stewardship specialist or administrative leader within your church, you need to get more comfortable talking about money with the congregation.
If messages hitting on money are rare or totally absent at your church, here are six reasons to consider placing them in your upcoming teaching calendar.
Generous churches with increased giving per member have seven dominant characteristics.
How to use “20 Boxes of Possibility” to advance your 100 Life Dreams List.
My life’s greatest secret: I don’t work hard, I work focused.
Please don’t settle any longer. Dreaming is free. Get started. Write your 10-10 List now.
How to launch a 90-day journey to equip and encourage you to develop a 100 Life Dreams List.
Even in the healthiest of churches, a toxic culture can develop.
Whoever you are in the organization – leadership team, department director, or someone on the front lines – you can lead by using stories to effect change.
Most people think about the current moment, the larger environment, and the number of followers. Instead think about the next step, the smaller group, and the number of leaders.
2019 is a month old! Is your direction clear? Are your plans complete? Is your lead team onboard?
The message and intent of the church is timeless and not to be changed, but the methods must be ruthlessly reevaluated.
There are six basic principles that drive all sorts of things to become contagious, from consumer products and policy initiatives to workplace rumors and YouTube videos.
Figure out what the majority of your congregation likes, appreciates, and promotes about your church, something that’s well done and, hopefully, is unique to your community. Then make sure you tell them, so they can tell others.
One of the ways to prepare for sermons is by constantly collecting content—things like news stories or statistics that might make a good illustration, anecdotes and quotes, and Bible verses based on a common theme.