The Power of Thanks: Four Practical Ministry Funding Impact Strategies

by | February 6, 2019

The Power of Thanks

One of the most powerful tools you have for growing giving is saying thanks! Contributors to your church’s ministries should know you are grateful for their support. Saying thanks expresses gratitude, grows giving, and makes you feel good. It only takes a few minutes to say, “Thanks for giving!”

Four Practical Strategies that Will Significantly Impact Your Ministry Funding

Watch The Power of Thanks to learn four practical strategies that will significantly impact your ministry funding from Horizons’ Managing Partner, Joe Park.

 

 

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    Terrific, and “Thank You,” for your help to us here in our little rural church, as we stretch out in this new experience of new worship in our brand of church ministry here in Northwestern Pennsylvania. We’ve had some difficult battles in recent years, but we will stand upon your scriptures and remain loyal to God in our attempts of building disciples for Jesus Christ, amen… and thank you again.

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