Discipleship

Discipleship and giving are closely related. Learn more about how your congregation members can grow in their discipleship through giving and tithing.

Are you Ready to Lead “A Generous Life”? (An Excerpt from A Generous Life)

Eyes Wide Open by Scott McKenzie The Village Inn in Malawi, Africa, provided attacking wolf spiders, bats, bed bugs, holes in the ceilings, broken bathroom fixtures, and all the cold water you could use—free of charge. Most of us on the mission team “stayed alert with... read more

How to Turn Your Annual Campaign into a Disciple-Making Strategy

An Annual Campaign During the time I was a pastor, I always did pre-marital counseling. I would have the couple come see me for two to three sessions. We would go over what Christian marriage was as a commitment between two persons. We would cover various expectations... read more

Where are People Meeting Jesus in Your Church?

I get all the effort made to engage donors … I really do!  That attention and work is important for the success of your mission and ministry.  People might be moved to donate a little something for a variety of reasons.  Baby steps, right?  Grow people where you can... read more

Facing the Truth about Poor Giving and its Devastating Consequences

When confronted with poor giving and lackluster stewardship, church leaders often try to justify their situation rather than face the truth. Of course, it is easier to justify poor giving than to address it. However, the long-term consequences of believing the excuses... read more

Instead of Despair, Make Giving About God

At some point during the year, despair sets in. Giving is falling behind and expenses are exceeding budget. If something isn’t done soon, next year’s programs will have to be cut. The ship is sinking quickly. But before despair sets in, consider a... read more

How to Create Your Stewardship Language and Why You Need To

How does your church talk about money and giving? More to the point, what does your church believe about stewardship and generosity?   Growing a culture of giving and generosity requires your church to have a common stewardship language. Money is tangled up in a... read more

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Invite Your Church to Experience Next Level Generosity

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