Category: GENEROSITY

How Older Churches Can Have a Great Future

Being reborn (or born again) is the most powerful theme in the Gospel message and in the Bible, and for believers, the most powerful thing in human history. And it can be a part of a church’s history and life too. It...

28 learnings from a month of online fundraising

The campaign known as February is Fundraising has ended. Here’s a list of 28 things I learned in making a daily video update about my online fundraising effort to support my work as a Strategy Consultant for Ambassador Network – a new...

If I were half a billionaire

Today’s humongous $540 million jackpot for the Mega Millions lottery could really mess with someone’s or a group of someones’ finances. The odds are slightly better that several people will split the winning rather than one solitary person; even though it’s statistically...

Untapped potential of Asian Americans

Got tapped to weigh in on this informal survey on Facebook from Tom Lin: What are some gifts Asian Americans bring to the Church and missions? Scroll down to see all the responses that came in and add your response — Santa...

churches dying with dignity and recycling

Churches like any kind of organizations have a natural life cycle. A typical or average church life span is around 70 to 80 years. Knowing the life cycle of your church can determine its future…

generosity with a church building

I think there’s a smarter way to put older church buildings to good Kingdom use. Capital campaigns easily cost millions of dollars for churches that need to raise funds for new building facilities. Not easy to come by. There’s another way to...