On July 15, 2014 — at the National Association of Church Business Administration (NACBA) annual conference — Church Executive hosted a live roundtable on two top-of-mind topics for church leaders: lending and finance.
According to the most recent Church Executive Reader Survey, 93 percent of churches still offer giving by offering envelope and collection basket.
When selecting a capital campaign consultant
By RaeAnn Slaybaugh A solid, sustained giving base is crucial for any church. For the church, it implies a steady income stream, usually in the form of weekly, monthly, bimonthly or quarterly gifts. For members, sustained giving is a means by which they can easily and consistently support the churches they call home. Although sustained […]
In the context of church growth, “big picture” thinking provides the framework for establishing, maintaining and improving church financial health.
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5 steps to fund your ministry vision through high-capacity givers
A “Good Steward” Award recipient in the area of cost savings
Shore Fellowship (Egg Harbor Twp, NJ) A “Good Steward” Award winner in the area of cost savings, the recognition is well-earned for Shore Fellowship. In the past five years, the church has been forced to close six times due to weather — potentially devastating, financially. “We learned that the only way to develop consistent giving, […]