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.



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. 

What Do Pastors Say?

“I’ve worked with Alan in two campaigns and he’s been very faithful in both campaigns. His personality style, his approach to leadership, his approach to connecting with people worked well with us. And I believe if you’ll take time to speak with him, interview him, let some of your key leaders meet with him, you’ll see that he may be a good fit for your church too.”
Robert Jackson
Peninsula Baptist Church
“We knew we really needed to change the culture of the church and we felt like Alan gave us the best opportunity to do that. Our budget increased by more than 10 percent; our building campaign was a 5 million dollar campaign and we raised 4.8 million of it, which blew my mind. But even beyond that, it was the coaching aspect of Alan helping me understand what it’s like to serve in a larger church and the ways that I needed to change my focus a little bit. And that’s really changed my ministry for the better.”
David Christy
First UMC Gastonia
“One thing that I really love about Alan and Generis’ whole approach is it’s all about spiritual growth and advancing the kingdom of God first. And generosity helps make that possible.”
Kyle Thompson
SouthPark Church

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Capital Campaign: Cause for Celebration

There are many reasons to celebrate the process of a capital campaign. If you meet your goal and raise all of the funds you were hoping to, there’s a clear reason to celebrate. But are there other things to celebrate from the process, too? Here’s 4 things that churches can celebrate together when they go through the process of accelerating their generosity in a capital campaign: 1. There’s an opportunity to celebrate what God has done together.  When a coach

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What Does a Generosity Initiative Do For Your Church, Really?

In 2020, churches all around the country will get to raise money for exciting projects. They’ll take on new construction projects, purchase new property, pay off millions in debts, grow their ministries or hire new staff members for exciting opportunities. Fortunately for me, I’ll get to play a role in a few of those churches and help them live out their God-inspired vision. Now there’s an obvious reason for generating monies for a project. But what about the other outcomes

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How To Talk To Your Fiancé/Significant Other About Money

Today’s post is especially written for engaged or seriously dating couples. According to this article on, December is now the most popular time to pop the question. That’s right, not only are summer weddings no longer as popular, but hopeful brides-to-be should be on the lookout for small, jewelry sized boxes around the holidays from their significant others. Some of you are not sure if you’re more surprised by that stat or the fact that I was on But

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Alan serves as Vice President of Generis, a company that exists to accelerate generosity toward the church's God-inspired vision.

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