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.”

How To Prepare For A Capital Campaign

When a church goes through a capital campaign, they can experience a renewed energy surrounding the church’s vision, or they can experience their congregation looking for another church to attend. They can experience a spiritual revival, or a spiritual decay.  They may experience something in between. Going through a capital campaign at your church will have spiritual implications. We all want to provide a platform for spiritual revival and see our people thrive and grow closer to Jesus.  So how

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Car Rides

I love my family.  I love everything about them; even the oddities and the annoying ticks and the way they cough and such.  I love how loud they are and how many words they have.  (My family has a LOT of words!)  We have spent a lot of time together over the years due to homeschooling our kids through middle school.  We used to go everywhere together and because of that we spent a crazy amount of time together in the Carolina Blue Honda Odyssey.

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Lessons From the Chair of the Finance Committee

Alex called me with some news. His 10-year obligation to the finance committee had ended. He had spent the last four years of his term as the chairperson and he had some mixed emotions about giving up his seat. He was relieved because he couldn’t handle the stress anymore. There’s a lot to oversee in a church of 300 people, and ten years is a long time to be in such a large volunteer role. But he was sad because

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