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Webinar: Secure a Firm Financial Foundation
October 28, 2020 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Building a budget, eliminating debt, and investing your savings will help your community of faith build a solid financial foundation for long-term success. What simple but significant changes could revolutionize giving at your church? In this New Church Hacks episode, we will:
- Discover how vision clarity gives your stewardship life
- Learn how generous leadership draws followers
- Construct pillars for financial success
- Understand the spiritual relationship between scarcity and abundance
- Celebrate what you have, not what you don’t
The episode’s featured guests included Belinda King, the Building and Capital Services Advisor for the Canada, Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Capital Area, and North Eastern Regions and Vice President of Disciples Church Extension Fund, Bruce Barkhauer, the Director of the Center for Faith and Giving, and Mike Mather, the pastor of First UMC of Boulder, Colorado and the author of Having Nothing, Possessing Everything: Finding Abundant Communities in Unexpected Places.
Thanks for joining us for the last webinar of the season and we’ll see you in the new year!
New Church Ministry
After the episode, the guests and host go live on the New Church Ministry Facebook page for a Q&A with Lisa Pilat, a Building Manager and Church Manager/Bookkeeper.
Hosted by Pastor Terrell L McTyer, Minister of New Church Strategies for the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the United States and Canada, New Church Hacks provides practical (and sometimes peculiar) prompts for churches from start to restart. This free webinar series is jam-packed with clever solutions to tricky problems and empowers courageous leaders with the tools, tips and how-tos to start, sustain and strengthen congregations.
In addition, a link to a recording of the webinar is emailed to all registrants after the episode airs, regardless of attendance.
For regular updates, be sure to follow along on social media with #NewChurchHacks!