How to Use Social Listening to Get More Donations for Your Church

Churches are in a powerful position to influence others on social media platforms. Even a small church community with fewer than 50...

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Leadership Survival Guide: Lower Greed and Increase Generosity

Most nonprofit and ministry leaders cannot engage in perilous conversations about topics like biblical stewardship, generosity, and even...

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Stronger Together: Generosity in Grief

Count your blessings.  Within the last few weeks, there have been three deaths that hit close to home.  A dear sorority sister buried her...

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Embracing the Stewardship of Tears

Many children are taught that crying is a sign of weakness.  I am so thankful for rarely hearing anyone tell me that shedding tears was a...

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3 Reasons Why Summer is the Perfect Time to Embrace eGiving

Summer can be a slow period for many churches. As members go on vacation, activities fill the weekends, and fewer people come to services,...

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Creative Annual Stewardship Planning: Good Stewardship Brings Greater Generosity

In my book, Propel, I write about the importance of planning good stewardship campaigns. Now is the time of the year to begin planning for...

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God Versus Money

This past week, it was in the news that a boy was killed because another boy wanted his tennis shoes. They were a particular brand that is...

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Life Lessons from Lydia: The Pathway to Generosity (Part 2)

The qualities of being kind and generous can be taken for granted if we are not cautious.  Many people replace the necessary roles of...

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8 Ways to Improve Your Next Capital Campaign

Every gift is valuable when you’re running a capital campaign – continuing to provide events, programs, and services to the community...

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Generosity and Faith: The Connecting Thread

Recently the Barna Group and Thrivent Financial partnered to produce a study called The Generosity Gap, which explores attitudes,...

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