Kristine Miller

Partner

Kristine began her interest in generosity as a member of the stewardship team at her church. Like many others who find themselves in this position, she discovered she had much to learn about God’s view of generosity and became a stewardship junkie. Kristine believes, “This journey of discovery is one of the many ways in which God has expressed generosity to me. It is a journey that I expect will last a lifetime.” She serves as a Senior Vice President and Partner of Horizons Stewardship.

Kristine is a blogger, book author and frequent speaker at stewardship conferences and other events. She has served as a vestry member at her parish and on several non-profit boards including TENS (The Episcopal Network for Stewardship) and Canterbury on-the-Lake, a non-profit senior care facility in Waterford, Michigan.  A native of Ohio, Kristine did her undergraduate work in Business Administration at The Ohio State University and received her M.B.A. from Northern Illinois University. Kristine has also achieved C.F.R.E. (Certified Fundraising Executive) status.

Kristine is a co-author of Bounty: Ten Ways To Increase Giving At Your Church (Abingdon Press, 2013) a book that helps churches to jumpstart their stewardship efforts.  She is also co-author of C.L.I.M.B. Higher: Reaching New Heights in Giving and Discipleship that outlines the process and theology for churches that wish to reach the summit of transformational stewardship.

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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....

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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 this video, Kristine Miller,...

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Are You Ready for a Capital Campaign?

How do you know if you are ready to launch a capital campaign?     Kristine Miller, CFRE, Horizons’ Senior Partner, discusses the five important steps you should take prior to launching a capital campaign to ensure successful results.   In this latest video...

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25 Big Ideas for Growing Church Giving

Take your church's giving to the next level and start the new year strong. These 25 big ideas from Horizons Stewardship will help you get there. If giving was flat, the number of church donors has declined, or your ministry for 2019 is not fully funded, these 25 ideas...

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How to Reach Every Household in Your Annual Campaign

How to Reach Every Household in Your Annual Campaign

You’ve just returned from vacation to discover you’ve been unanimously selected to chair the annual stewardship campaign in your church. Yikes! Your senior pastor expresses confidence in your ability to increase giving by 10% this year. After all, the church needs the...

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Book Review: God vs. Money by Clif Christopher

Book Review: God vs. Money by Clif Christopher

In his book, God vs. Money, Horizons' founder, Clif Christopher draws on his experience as a member of the US Army to create a powerful metaphor intended to examine a potent enemy of the church—greed. In his typical direct, take-no-prisoners communication style,...

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