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Remember stewardship and generosity in tough times

Sure, there’s a virus that’s turning life (and church) upside down. But that’s no excuse to stop teaching about generosity and stewardship. Joe Park of of Horizons Stewardship gives some excellent advice and some easy-to-communicate reasons. Check it out! (Photo: Stuart Pilbrow, Creative Commons)

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Don’t let the pandemic crash your offerings

Restrictions on travel and gathering have caused financial pains for churches across the land. When people stay away from church, usually so do their offerings. But creative, proactive and strategic steps can help keep you ministry well funded through the emergency. (This is a follow-up to Rob Blezard’s recent similar post.)

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The new federal CARES Act may save your church!

A section of the U.S. Government’s Coronavirus Relief Package would grant loans to small businesses (including churches) to help keep workers employed during this emergency. Under relatively simple conditions, the loans are 100 percent forgivable (yes, they do not have to be repaid). Excellent package of materials and links from the United Methodist Church. (Photo: Rain Love AMR, Creative Commons)

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