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The One Secret to Generosity Success

Generosity isn’t Zero Sum. Sometimes, we get into this revolving door thinking where we treat giving like a zero sum game: whatever is gained by one side is lost by another. We’d probably never come right out and say that. But that’s how a lot of churches think. If there’s a limited amount of generosity,…

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Never be satisfied with the minimum standard. When you were in school, what kind of student were you? Were you one to complete the assignments on time, or were you the class clown or a great procrastinator? And when you did complete the assignment and turn it in, did it meet the bare minimum standards…

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Generosity Matters

I walked into my home office and found an envelope lying on the keyboard of my laptop computer.  On the front of the envelope it simply said, “For God’s churches.” Just a few weeks prior, after serving as Senior Pastor of RiverTree Christian Church for twenty-five years, I announced that I would be transitioning into…

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Simplicity in Generosity

Jesus sat down opposite the place where the offerings were put and watched the crowd putting their money into the temple treasury. Many rich people threw in large amounts. But a poor widow came and put in two very small copper coins, worth only a few cents. Calling his disciples to him, Jesus said, “Truly I tell you, this…

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5 Keys to Effective Generosity

On April 16, 2015, we led a one hour webinar with our good friends at MoGiv, where we focused on the five keys to effective generosity (below). We want to give you these keys and the video right here, right now. We believe that one of the most effective messages churches can communicate today is…

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Giving and Why Churches Fail

“Apparently Giving Tuesday is reason for all the nonprofits that haven’t reached out to me all year to decide it’s time.” – Mark Oestreicher How many of you received more asks from churches and non-profits this week than any other time this year? Our guess is that most if not everyone received more emails and…

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