Maximizing Stewardship Book Series
Available in paperback and Kindle eBook format!
Only 15% of pastors talk about money from the pulpit in any given year. How to Start the Money Conversation in Your Church is a quick start guide to help leaders preach the Bible on money, follow with practical teaching, model church financial management and celebrate ministry wins.
This is the story of a church that took the bold step of starting a stewardship ministry with the goal of serving everyone in their church, from the rich to the poor.
This booklet addresses teaching the young and old about money in language they understand, and cover differences in what appeals to them. It also covers sound financial management practices of churches, modeling to families what they should be doing with their own personal finances.
This booklet seeks to inspire a connected community of believers in every church. It also serves to guide your board of elders through the process of keeping your staff safe, along with policies for sound financial management.
Watch sermons that teach the foundational elements of stewardship.
A list of curriculum and group studies on Biblical financial discipleship.
Materials for a four-part estate planning course that covers multiple topics such as wills, probate, trusts, life insurance, and inheritances.
Questions to coach couples in pre-marital counseling on discussing their views on money.
A list of video-driven resources on Biblical principles on finances and stewardship that can be used for a one-hour class.
Suggested ways to teach financial stewardship at your church, as well as example curriculum for each type.
Financial coaches who serve on your ministry team need additional training; here is a list of comprehensive training courses and their approximate pricing.
Some practical and reasonable financial policies for church governance and transparency.
This resource lists the criteria a bank or lender will consider when your church applies for a loan.
The core elements of building a successful stewardship team of volunteers.
What to do if you suspect fraud or embezzlement. Also some suggested internal controls or policies to guard against fraud.
How to celebrate wins and inspire your people to continue pursuing a culture of generosity!
How to express gratitude and build genuine relationships with your donors and supporters.
Looking to serve your local community with a benevolence ministry? Here are some points to consider.
A deeper look at some of the beneficiary qualifiers and policies around gift cards when developing a benevolence ministry.
Sixty-four scripture references about loving the poor among us.
A helpful checklist of actions to take regarding the finances of a loved one recently deceased. The guide has three parts: immediate actions, actions after the death certificate arrives, and actions 4-6 weeks after passing.