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8 Action Steps to Address Giving During COVID-19

8 Action Steps to Address Giving During COVID-19

During this season of uncertainty and rapidly changing recommendations, we at Generis are carefully monitoring factors which will impact giving within your ministry. Here are 8 action steps to address giving during COVID-19. I am offering free virtual coaching time to...

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Three Emails to Boost End of Year Giving

Three Emails to Boost End of Year Giving

Did you know that almost 20% of all charitable giving occurs during the month of December? And most of that giving happens in the last 48 hours of the year. In a post last year I suggested sending one email at year end. Today, I would plan on sending 3 simple emails...

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Church Generosity Mistakes: Ignoring Your Data

Church Generosity Mistakes: Ignoring Your Data

As a church leader, you wear a number of hats. On any given day, you’re a counselor, administrator, teacher, mediator, and—depending on the size of your ministry—all the “chiefs”: financial officer, marketing officer, operations officer, information officer....

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Church Generosity Mistakes: 52 Missed Opportunities

Church Generosity Mistakes: 52 Missed Opportunities

You’d love for the people in your church to be more generous—for all sorts of reasons. You’ve done everything you know how to do, but you just don’t feel like the needle’s moving as far as it could. Or should. I hear that a lot. After doing generosity audits and...

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Church Generosity Mistakes: Avoiding the Topic

Church Generosity Mistakes: Avoiding the Topic

Most church leaders find the topic of money exceedingly uncomfortable—so they talk about it as seldom as possible. But more and more pastors are discovering the benefits of talking about generosity more, not less. (If just reading that sentence made you a little...

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Church Generosity Mistakes: Not Having an Annual Plan

Church Generosity Mistakes: Not Having an Annual Plan

The topic of money can feel a bit tricky. While you’re sensitive to culture’s perception of the church as “always asking for money,” you also know addressing people’s giving is a crucial part of ministry. That’s partly because your budget depends on your church...

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