Thoughts on Faith and Giving
There is a time to work and a time to be thankful.
Many in our church do not have any idea of the things our congregation might need. That is why wise congregations share a Christmas list.
The most neglected part of any stewardship campaign is follow-up.
Why is it we don’t think about finances the same way we think about everything else—that is, spiritually?
Sometimes, in the arena of giving, we perceive that people are a problem we need to solve.
The important thing is that someone is paying attention to making disciples whose discipleship includes giving and generosity
For those of us in church this begs a couple of questions. First, “Who would I like to benefit when I die?”
Have you ever felt that your church’s stewardship has “15 tree possibilities” but is only bringing in “one tree returns?”
Do folks in your church know about a Charitable Gift Annuity?
People tend to fall into one of two camps in their giving development. Neither realize the goodness of God.