ACCELERATE YOUR GENEROSITY

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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.”

3 Things Every UMC Pastor Should Do Today (2-27-19)

General Conference has come and gone. Most of the Christian world was watching and the people in United Methodist Churches certainly were. On Wednesday, February 27, 2019, the people of each UMC want to know what the results mean; especially to their local church. Pastors, they want to hear from you! There are 3 things I think each UMC Pastor should do in the next five days: 1. Send an email to your people. Share with them the following: What

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Tithe: What Does It Really Mean?

One of the most misused words in churches is “Tithe” There are several different uses and definitions of the word; some accurate and some not so much. According to Merriam-Webster, it means, “to pay or give a tenth part of especially for the support of a religious establishment or organization.” Here are a few others that I have heard over the years: I tithe to my church; 10% of my income is given to the local church. I tithe to

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Online Giving: 4 Essential Tools For Your Church

Over the last few years, you have probably noticed a big change during the offering moments that occur in your church: the offering plate is empty (or at least a little more shallow than in years past). This is because most churches offer some form of online giving, which is a growing trend for both the churches receiving tithes and offerings and the church goers that are generously giving them. My friends over at Qgiv, a company that is making

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