Joe Park

When I Come Back, Will I Come Again

It is 11 o’clock on Sunday morning. I walk through the doors of my church after making my reservation for today’s worship so that I can be notified if someone attending reports being infected. Wearing my mask, I walk through the door and apply the hand sanitizer... read more

Why Choose Generosity in Times of Uncertainty and Fear?

There will always be a reason for someone to be afraid of something. It could be financial market volatility, political unrest, health scares, or social complexities. Sometimes all of those combined at once. These circumstances and realities come and go, and they... read more

What Your Church Can Do to Stay Connected During Coronavirus

The Coronavirus Concern Note: The Coronavirus news can cause concern. To stay up-to-date on the latest information from the World Health Organization (WHO), visit here. Depending on where you are located, you may or may not be holding worship this weekend. Local... read more

Your Total Contributions Aren’t Telling the Whole Story

Is Your Giving Culture Healthy? An increase in total church giving doesn’t necessarily mean you have a healthy giving culture. In fact, your actual contributions are a lagging indicator of your future. Lagging indicators describe what has already happened which means... read more

How to Know Which Capital Campaign Approach is Best for Your Church

Capital Campaigns Capital campaigns have been around for decades. In fact, capital campaigns as we know them today go back nearly 100 years. They first became popular vehicles for local churches to fund ministry expansion projects in the 1980s, and their popularity... read more

5 Reasons Capital Campaigns are Great Launching Points for Increased Annual Giving

Capital Campaigns Should First be about Growing Disciples. Leaders come to the conversation about capital campaigns with a wide variety of experiences, assumptions, and expectations.  While churches typically launch capital campaigns to underwrite a new project or... read more

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When I Come Back, Will I Come Again

It is 11 o'clock on Sunday morning. I walk through the doors of my church after making my reservation for today’s worship so that I can be notified if someone attending reports being infected. Wearing my mask, I walk through the door and apply the hand sanitizer...

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