ACCELERATE YOUR GENEROSITY

MEET ALAN

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Alan Wildes, Generosity Coach

Father, coach, and servant leader, Alan’s life has been transformed by generosity. Serving churches for the last 20 years, he is an experienced guide helping ministries live out their God–inspired vision. If you’re looking to accelerate generosity to maximize ministry effectiveness, Alan would love to help you get there.

THE PROCESS

ACCELERATE YOUR GENEROSITY

Alan has coached leaders from all kinds of churches. He’ll walk you through an assessment of current giving, a new Generosity Game Plan that fits within your culture, and the implementation process. You can begin today with a free Generosity Pulse Report from your congregation. 

“EVERY CHURCH SHOULD HAVE A GENEROSITY HEALTH CHECK EVERY THREE YEARS.”

On The Front Lawn

As we all have entered into year two of Covid I have been trying to be intentional about finding the positives over the last 14 months and identifying the things I am thankful for that have either been caused by Covid or have been radically changed. One radical change was the high school experience for my daughter. She is a sophomore and is in the middle of what should be some of the best years of her life. Covid has

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Parenting Moment #1: Moving Back Home

The events that followed March 13, 2020 have changed all of us. No exceptions. There is no way anyone could experience the Corona craziness without being forever changed in some way. Pam and I are certainly not exempt from that. There are so many struggles she and I have dealt with in the past 14 months but there have certainly been blessings. One of those blessings is our relationship with our now 20 year old son; Jackson. When he came

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How To Teach Your Children About Money: 3 Exercises You Can Do This Week

As a parent, you may feel like you’re on your own when it comes to teaching your children about money. I know, because I’ve been there. We really want to help them grow into smart decision makers, but we really also want to buy them that $11.00 toy they can’t stop talking about. But if we want to help our children learn the value of money, we have to be comfortable talking to them about money. Yet as parents, few of us are.

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