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Do Your Mission/Vision Statements Need a Refresh?

Posted by: Scott Noble
For many congregations, mission and vision statements rarely live up to the life and direction they are intended to provide.
Post Date: 8/09/2017 Campaigns and Consulting, News, Stewardship and Generosity

5-Week Living a Legacy Challenge: Your Jesus Footprint!

Posted by: Scott Noble
Are you ready to explore practical ways to live your legacy, live generously and live in such a way as to grow your Jesus footprint? If so, take the 5-Week Living a Legacy Challenge--and download your free eBook!
Post Date: 8/01/2017 News, Stewardship and Generosity, Stories

5 Ways to Make Your Church the Center of the Community

Posted by: Scott Noble
As our society becomes increasingly secularized, here are five ways to make your church the center of the community—inviting people in who may never on their own terms see the inside of a church.
Post Date: 7/26/2017 Campaigns and Consulting, News, Stories

Why Bad News Doesn’t Thwart the Gospel

Posted by: Scott Noble
The decline of religious influence gives us many opportunities to demonstrate and communicate the gospel in new, unique and compelling ways.
Post Date: 7/19/2017 News

Should I Attend a Small or Large Church?

Posted by: Scott Noble
These are many things to consider when you're choosing a new church. Some people are captivated by smaller churches, while others are drawn to larger congregations. Here are a few attributes of smaller and larger churches to consider during your search.
Post Date: 7/13/2017 Campaigns and Consulting, News

Worried About College Costs? Check Out These 4 Tips to Help Address the Tuition Crisis

Posted by: Barry Case and Scott Noble
Even with financial aid, many students are taking out a crippling amount of debt. Here are few things you can do now to help your son or daughter navigate the college debt minefield.
Post Date: 7/06/2017 News, Stewardship and Generosity

How Much Do You Need in Your Emergency Fund?

Posted by: Barry Case and Scott Noble
The amount of money to save for an emergency fund can vary based upon individual needs and obligations. Here are a few suggestions to consider as you develop or build your emergency fund.
Post Date: 6/29/2017 Investments, News, Stewardship and Generosity

A Church Loan Designed for You!

Posted by: Scott Noble
Here are a few things to consider if you’re looking for a church loan designed and customized for you.
Post Date: 6/21/2017 Loans, News

3 Strategies to Paying Off Your Bills

Posted by: Barry Case and Scott Noble
If you want to do more than just pay the minimums each month, here are three strategies to help you decrease your debt and—hopefully—become debt free.
Post Date: 6/14/2017 Investments

How God Transforms Us into Generous Givers

Posted by: David Viland
When the Holy Spirit moves, we are transformed into God-centered, “other-interested” individuals with overflowing hearts, who exhibit generosity toward God and others. Here are a few true stories of ordinary members of God’s family who were moved to give through their church’s ministry campaign.
Post Date: 6/07/2017 Campaigns and Consulting, Stewardship and Generosity

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