How to Inspire a Revolution and Join the Generosity Movement

by | December 14, 2017

What if you could inspire a revolution in how your church thinks about money? What if people were to join you in a generosity movement?

It all begins here:

We hold these truths to be self-evident that all people are created in the image of a loving, giving, and generous God.  We believe real life, true liberty, and eternal joy are only realized when we live lives of abundant generosity and sacrificial love. (excerpt from Generosity Rising by Scott McKenzie)

This adaptation of the Declaration of Independence is the foundation for inspiring a revolution in your church. Are you passionate about helping people become the generous and loving people God intended them to be? Then it’s time for you to start a generosity movement. But it’s going to take others to make it happen – it’s time for you to stop being the solo voice of stewardship, the lone nut in your church. Now is the time to change the course of your church’s giving. Get ready to revolutionize your stewardship efforts. Let’s inspire a revolution.

 

To inspire a generosity movement, do these things:

First, identify the right leaders—strong, faithful, and committed givers.

Next, invite them to be a part of “stuff that matters” and claim their role as revolutionaries!

Last, equip them to lead others on the journey of generosity.

 

Read my blog series on How to Lead a Generosity Revolution…

Part 1: How to Lead a Generosity Revolution, Part 2: If You Want to Be a Revolutionary, Recruit the Right Generosity Team,  Part 3: Recruit a Generosity Team: The Big Picture,  and Part 4: 5 Things You Need to Ask Your Generosity Team To Do.

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