Stewardship and Generosity

7 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Church

Posted by: Scott Noble
Over the next few weeks, as you gather as a community to celebrate the birth of Jesus, consider how your church can make its Christ-centered message and mission even more powerful. Here are seven resolutions to consider for your church on 2019.
Post Date: 11/30/2018 Campaigns and Consulting, Loans, News, Stewardship and Generosity

10 Tips to Being More Generous with Your Life (Part 3 in our Generosity blog series)

Posted by: Scott Noble
It’s a blessing that God allows us to participate with Him in His plans for our world. It might be in small ways or through impactful events. Nevertheless, we’re His partners in the work He is doing. We should celebrate, commemorate, and honor that.
Post Date: 11/01/2018 Campaigns and Consulting, News, Stewardship and Generosity, Stories

Does Your Church Model Generosity? (Part 2 in our Generosity blog series)

Posted by: Scott Noble
If the church truly is the most powerful force in the world, then its ability to impact lives through generosity could literally change the world. Here are six ways your church can practice generosity.
Post Date: 9/17/2018 Campaigns and Consulting, News, Stewardship and Generosity

3 Ways You’ve Never Heard Generosity Explained Before (Part 1 in our Generosity blog series)

Posted by: Scott Noble
At its core, generosity proceeds from our hearts (what we value) and our minds (how we see generosity’s importance in our lives). It’s not strictly a financial exercise. When we look deeper into how we practice and experience generosity, here are a few ways we’ve never—or at least rarely—heard it explained before.
Post Date: 7/30/2018 Campaigns and Consulting, News, Stewardship and Generosity

Should the Tax Reform Bill Impact Charitable Giving?

Posted by: Paul Anderson
If tax benefits are the motivation for giving, then tax changes might impact giving. But do people really give primarily for the tax benefits, and will they stop giving if they don’t get the same benefits they did in the past?
Post Date: 1/24/2018 Campaigns and Consulting, News, Stewardship and Generosity

3 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Church

Posted by: Scott Noble
If individual resolutions can have such encouraging results, just think what would happen if an entire church committed to New Year’s resolutions!
Post Date: 12/19/2017 Stewardship and Generosity, Stories

Want to Impact Someone’s Life? 4 Ways to Invest Your Time and Energy

Posted by: By Scott Noble
Investing in someone through your time and energy can literally change that person’s life.
Post Date: 11/07/2017 News, Stewardship and Generosity, Stories

4 Tips to Help You Live a Legacy!

Posted by: Scott Noble
To live a legacy and not just leave a legacy, it’s important for us to invest in a life here and now—much like Jesus did.
Post Date: 10/18/2017 Stewardship and Generosity, Stories

6 Financial Challenges Your Church Can Avoid

Posted by: Scott Noble
Whether it’s the annual budget, spending for new programs or the comprehensive facility expansion plans, finances—and managing them effectively—play a critical role in every church.
Post Date: 9/13/2017 Campaigns and Consulting, Stewardship and Generosity

3 Tips to Living More Generously

Posted by: Scott Noble
A quick look at Scripture provides many examples of Jesus giving His time to help others, mentoring disciples and listening to the concerns of others.
Post Date: 8/16/2017 News, Stewardship and Generosity

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