By Nell Green Well, here we are. Finally! We are approaching 2021. For many of us, Christmas décor has been stored away; we are back to zoom meetings; and we have picked up some of our routine. Not that much has been routine in 2020. However, some things have remained constant, even during this pandemic. … Continue reading
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Being the Church in a Pandemic
By Blake McKinney I’d like to tell you the story of a church that is making a difference. I tell the story with some trepidation, because I know that Jesus cautioned against announcing our giving with trumpets. But right before that warning about tooting our own horns he told us to let our light shine … Continue reading
Is Generosity the New Fundraising?
Generosity is rising. Generosity seems new. Generosity is not stewardship. But will it be? Stewardship was a great term, concept, and doctrine in the 20th century, until of course, it came to mean church fundraising. Today, the practical definition of stewardship is giving to fund the needs of the church as an institution. Stewardship no … Continue reading