Nathan Ealy

Nathan has been effectively serving churches as a generosity strategist since 2010.  His expertise includes capital campaigns, church stewardship analysis (Stewardship Discovery) and generosity coaching.  Nathan’s clients include churches as small as 250 and as large as 2500 and include most major denominations.

His work has been highly influenced by growing up as a “preacher’s kid” and then observing his father as he moved into church generosity consulting.  His passion for stewardship was first taught by his parents and then matured in his own faith journey.  His greatest joy is found when persons share how their participation in a generosity campaign proved to be a life changing spiritual experience.

Nathan is a graduate of Auburn University where he earned a BA in Mass Communications and played Soccer.  After graduation, Nathan served as a producer and broadcaster for IMG College at Auburn University and Georgia Tech and with the Tennessee Titans Radio Network. Nathan uses his education and experience with cutting edge media to effectively communicate with audiences of varying ages, demographics and perspectives. Nathan is also a commissioned member of the Chuck Colson Center Fellows Program.

Nathan lives in Centre, Alabama, with his wife and two daughters.  When you do not find him with his family or serving in a church, you are likely to find Nathan at a sporting event or on the golf course.

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How Healthy is Your Church? Three Easy Ways to Check

Just as a doctor looks at presenting symptoms to diagnose problems with the body, a pastor can look at a set of symptoms to diagnose problems with the spirit. Identifying these problems can help pastors and church leaders take steps to create a healthy church. I have...

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Four Ways Church Staff Can Encourage Generosity

Four Ways Church Staff Can Encourage Generosity

Recently, I was in a meeting with several church administrative assistants that were so far out of my league I decided to write a blog about them. Those sitting with me probably thought I was taking incredibly detailed notes about the local sales and use taxes, but I...

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Are you Showing Impact to Your Givers?

Are you Showing Impact to Your Givers?

I was having a conversation with a friend recently about her family’s giving. For some background she and her husband are in their mid 30’s, her husband does well in a business that he owns, and they have two small children. One of her good friends from high school...

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The Gospel Message and Money

The Gospel Message and Money

In my consulting work, I have often met pastors who would prefer to separate themselves from anything that has to do with money. Either they have a skewed view of money as it relates to the gospel, or they are afraid to get in trouble with members by addressing the...

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Can You Afford Not to Give?

Can You Afford Not to Give?

I recently read an article by someone I admire called, “Can Your People Afford to Give?” The article went in depth on how many people are in debt, don’t have much saved, or are stressed about their financial situation. The statistics are clear that many people in this...

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Zacchaeus’ Financial Decision

Zacchaeus’ Financial Decision

Remember the story of Zacchaeus? Of course you do, and you remember the song that goes with it too. Our church has been going through a series on evangelism, and recently the message was on this story. So to paraphrase, Zacchaeus was a tax collector, and like many...

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Four Emerging Trends in Giving

Four Emerging Trends in Giving

In my role as a Ministry Strategist, I have the opportunity to visit churches of many shapes, sizes, and denominations. I have observed four consistent trends recently that I share with you here: 1.     Offering plates have very little, if anything, in them. That’s...

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