Bill McMillan

Bill served in local church ministry for over 20 years as a Teaching Pastor and Director of Counseling Ministries.  For the past 18 years, he has worked with the local church in the areas of Stewardship and Generosity Development.  Bill has a passion to help resource the local church through effective stewardship programs that enable the church to reach more people with the message of Christ.  His strong desire to see individuals grow in the grace of giving has helped him serve churches in Stewardship Journeys and see many lives transformed through this process.  A gifted leader, strategist, and inspiring communicator, Bill is able to connect with church leaders and staff to create a stewardship process that fits the church culture.  The result is growth in ministry and a vibrant generosity culture.  Through his ministry, Bill has assisted over 175 churches in raising over 600 million dollars.

Bill has also worked with other faith-based non-profits in the area of donor development, staff alignment, and communication strategies.  Bill co-authored the book The Ministry of Giving with Joel Mikell and Kimberly Stewart.  The Ministry of Giving has helped many churches effectively disciple their Financial Leaders outside of a campaign process.

A resident of McKinney, Texas, Bill is the husband of Denise and the father of Erin, Kari, Chase, and Blair.  Bill and Denise also have six incredible grandchildren.  He is an active member and volunteer at The Parks Church in McKinney.

 

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