Church leaders always want their congregations to end the year on a good stewardship note, but they may unwittingly sabotage their success. From Logan Leadership, here are some “dos” and “don’ts” to guide you. (Photo: Olia Danilevich, Pexels)
It’s important to have a well-written and always-followed policy for handling cash donations. Why? For those who handle finance, cash presents a strong temptation to embezzle. Smart Church Management explains.
Here’s a concise, no-nonsense, easy-to-understand presentation of what works best when it comes to stewardship in the congregation. It’s a great thumbnail guide for your finance or stewardship team. Excellent stuff, from the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia, Washington.
What are the key points to emphasize about congregational stewardship? This handy PowerPoint presentation covers the ground handily from a Lutheran perspective, but is easily adaptable for any context. Posted on the website of the Metropolitan D.C. Synod of the ELCA.