ST. LOUIS — With the launch of its “Give Graciously, Give Globally” campaign, The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod is joining the second annual “Giving Tuesday” effort held the Tuesday after Thanksgiving and asking people around the world to make a difference through charitable giving on a single day. Giving Tuesday, which will be observed this year […]
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Church Executive’s Editorial Advisory Panel looks at the year ahead from the perspectives of their work and interests.
By offering multiple giving options, churches take the hassle out of giving and pave the way for members to exercise greater generosity.
People want to know more about where their charitable contribution is going.
Some churches don’t have a clear vision and others don’t teach biblical stewardship.
When Fellowship of the Parks Church in Keller, TX, provided online giving to their members
Is this the time for a church to be building? Jobs are being lost and families are rethinking their pledges to their church’s budget. Even as many are having difficulty with their own home mortgage much less be financing their church’s new home, one person in the building trades says the present time is “an incredible opportunity for the faith-based building sector.”
Nestled in South Florida’s sun-drenched Fort Lauderdale area, Church by the Glades had two problems as it headed into the year 2008. One of the challenges was the kind of issue most pastors would love to face. The other problem was much less desirable.