Stewardship

Three Prescriptions for Curing a Scarcity Mindset

Do you hear things like, “Money is tight! We need to tighten our belts?” Or “People are giving all they can. We can’t ask them to do more?”   If the answer is yes, then your church may be afflicted with a scarcity mindset.   In... read more

“Giving” Has to Be One of Your Church’s Key Words

“Giving” as one of the Key Words in Core Strategy Len Wilson, Horizons’ Communications Strategist, discusses the importance of including “giving” in the key words that define your core strategy. This next video in Horizons’ Giving Intelligence Series will... 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

How Canceling Services Actually Increased Church Giving

It is a source of angst for many pastors: a forecast of inclement weather scheduled to hit on a Saturday night or Sunday morning. Whether heavy snow, ice, hurricanes, major storms or brutal cold temperatures, pastors have to make the decision of whether to cancel... read more

The Sabbath of Stewardship

Sabbath rest was instituted as a symbol of the true rest to come in Christ.   The entire purpose of the Bible and the working of God in human history have one theme: bringing humanity back into His rest. Recently, I found myself in need of a Sabbath rest.  The many... read more

Stewardship on Easter Sunday

Have you ever considered preaching a stewardship message on Easter? During Easter Sunday worship, I heard the scripture lesson from Luke 24:5 (NRSV) in a new way: The women were terrified and bowed their faces to the ground, but the men said to them, “Why do you look... read more

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Saying Thank You Giving is an outward expression of an inward commitment. When someone gives to your church, it is a sign of personal and spiritual growth. You want to honor and celebrate that in the same way you might celebrate a milestone with friends and family....

How to Avoid Making an Awkward Financial Ask

You Are Not Alone. Avoiding the Awkward Ask. If the thought of asking someone for money makes you feel awkward or uncomfortable, you’re not alone. There is a general reluctance among church leaders to talk about money. But you shouldn’t let reluctance keep you from...

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