All You Need to Do Is TRY

On the evening of June 7, 2017, many Americans were touched and tears started streaming down their faces as they listened to the words of a...

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Thankful for Good Finances

It’s funny how a blocked toilet can put everything into perspective. With the arrival of Thanksgiving this week, it’s only fitting to...

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Stepping in Hidden Holes

Recently, I was playing a round of golf with some friends. I’m really not too much of a golfer but believe in getting out and giving it...

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What’s New in Giving? Four Trends to Act On

As church participation continues to decline, even the most optimistic, faith-fueled pastors are taking notice. In the midst of...

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Your Congregation Craves the Convenience of Electronic Giving

Electronic giving is no fad; according to a new study, it is the preferred method of giving for a majority of church members. In other...

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How to Use Testimonials to Promote Planned Giving

Testimonies are a powerful tool to cultivate transformational gifts in your organization. Don’t miss out on the chance to shine a light...

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How to Make Sure Your First-Time Donors Repeat Their Gift

The Law of Inertia states that an object at rest tends to stay at rest unless acted on by an external force. The same tends to be true...

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The Roots of Stewardship: Serving Fellow Christians

Serving one another within the body of Christ means using our spiritual gifts. In 1 Corinthians 12–14, Paul described how we are to use...

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How Much Do You Value Generosity?

At this year’s Pathways to Generosity: Signs of Hope Conference, Rev. Dr. James F. Miller set the tone for the event during the...

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Stewards of Stewardship

My heart is extremely heavy over what I’ve observed among Christian leaders in the context of families, congregations and denominations...

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