Clif Christopher

Who Should Know What People Give?

Clif Christopher, Horizons’ Founder and author of Not Your Parents’ Offering Plate, discusses the most argued-about stewardship topic in the church today: who should know what people give.   In this newest video from Horizons’ Giving Intelligence Series, Clif... read more

God vs. Money

On August 21, 2018, my new book, God vs. Money, will be released. I wrote this book because I am firmly convinced our society, including the church, is in the midst of a war between the will of God and the lure of money. I am also convinced that money is winning the... read more

8 Ways to Improve Your Next Capital Campaign

Every gift is valuable when you’re running a capital campaign – continuing to provide events, programs, and services to the community takes investment. In 2018, you can make your capital campaign more successful than ever by keeping in mind a few best practices and... read more

Beware of the Goat! And Delight in the Savior!

Several years ago, my wife and I took our three-year-old granddaughter to a recreated Bethlehem walk at a local church. We walked through displays of artisans and families recreating life in Bethlehem. We stopped at an animal petting pen where my granddaughter... read more

Horizons Stewardship’s Response to Hurricane Harvey

Horizons Stewardship was founded on the core principle that God’s blessings, given to each of us, should be used for God’s work in the world. From its brutal beginning, our hearts and prayers have been with those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. And we know we are called... read more

The Real Mission

Last week I spoke at a United Methodist Conference. This is the time of year when Methodists do these things and I am usually found speaking at one or two. It is always an honor. At the conference, a man came up to me to ask a question. “Nice job,” he began. “Now, I... read more

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