Voices on Stewardship was born out of conversations I had with clients, pastors and people at my own church — more folks than I would have imagined telling me that they need additional information and insight to encourage greater generosity among their congregations, especially when it comes to e-Giving.Read More >
Just about any church can make great use of portable room dividers. They can be a safe, cost-effective long-term investment… but only if you buy thoughtfully. The biggest mistake I see churches make is buying cheap. Here’s why that’s so risky.Read More >
Since 1968, St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Rockville, Md. — a suburb of Washington, D.C. — has faithfully served its community.
Until last year, its original sound system had been ‘serving’ just as long.Read More >
With 13 locations (and growing!), Seacoast Church’s vision proved to be beyond its previous financial partner’s comfort level.
The challenge: find one that understands who the church is, what it wants to do, why… and how to make it happen.Read More >
By David O. Middlebrook Churches are some of the most creative places on earth. Every week, church staff is called upon to create sermons, songs, Bible and Sunday school lessons, music, books and teaching materials, and all other kinds of creative works. Churches routinely use media — such as movies and audio clips — to […]Read More >
At 33, Pastor Joel Sims of Word of Life Church in Flowood, MS, has already served in executive church leadership for more than a decade. He has also undertaken $29.4 million in construction projects — some completed, and some just beginning.
By anyone’s standards, Joel is a young pastor with a big, big job.Read More >
Partnership makes Concordia the only university in the nation to offer the Townsend Institute for Leadership & CounselingRead More >