The economy’s rocky journey over the last few years should cause some soul-searching in America’s congregations, says William Enright, senior fellow at the Lake Institute of Faith & Giving. The key is for leaders to be asking the right questions. (Photo: Lemuel Cantos, Creative Commons)
Religious donors are more likely to be regular in their giving than other philanthropically inclined folks, but that doesn’t mean we can take them for granted, says David King of the Lake Institute on Faith and Giving. He offers great tips.
Year’s end is a time to celebrate generosity and invite giving. It’s a chance for churches not only to attend to year-end stewardship but also to build momentum for giving year-round. From Faith & Leadership. (Photo: Olia Danilevich, Pexels)