Joe Park

9 Questions to Ask after Experiencing a Decline in Church Giving

So, Your Giving in 2019 Wasn’t Where You Hoped It Would Be. Now What?    You could just keep trying to do what you’ve always done. But it’s likely you’ll just end up experiencing more of the same. That doesn’t mean we despair. What it... read more

5 Practical Ways to Make Generosity a Priority in 2020

New Opportunities for Generosity Each new year brings with it the opportunity for new beginnings. The courage to let go of the familiar and reach for the possibilities that reside in your future is the key to growth. It’s almost always our unwillingness to let go of... read more

A Practical Guide to Year-End Giving for Any Size Church

Year-End Giving The last five to 10 days of the calendar year are critical to maximizing the generosity of your church. It may feel like this is the time of year to pull back, slow down on communication, and talk about anything but stewardship. If that’s your... read more

5 Free Resources on Generosity & Stewardship for Church Leaders

It is a privilege to share with church leaders like you across the country—digitally and in person—who are faithfully serving the people in your community and making disciples. We’ve been blessed with multiple opportunities over the past couple months to share our... read more

Why Your High-Capacity Donors Aren’t Giving More

Every church has high-capacity donors. Depending on the size and location of your church, you may define who qualifies as a high-capacity donor differently. Not only are they already present in your church, it’s also likely they aren’t being inspired to give at their... read more

4 Disturbing Trends Behind the National Decline in Church Giving

Church Giving Realities Charitable giving has consistently risen from less than $150 billion to more than $400 billion in the US over the last 40 years. Yet, last year individual giving fell by 3.4%, charitable giving fell by 1.7% (inflation adjusted), and sadly,... read more

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