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Statistics show that only 20 percent of regular church attendees regularly give financial support. Why are the other 80 percent getting lost? There are lots of possible answers to that question, so w.
Yesterday, we conducted a webinar to tackle the topic of declines in giving and church attendance during the summer. This topic was incredibly well received, so we wanted to drop some of the highlight.
It’s one of the biggest contributors to success in life, but it’s an uncomfortable topic, so we put it off. This is the approach many parents and youth leaders take when it comes to having “the .
I’ve had the privilege of founding two non-profit organizations, one for-profit company, and spent time as an employee of several multi-million dollar organizations. I also run the finances for my f.
This post is the first in a four-part series digging deeper into why 80 percent of church-goers don't give/donate on a regular basis.
In generations past, if you had cash, you put it in the offerin.
It’s hard to spend half a $5 bill.
Yet that’s exactly what happens to many churches when givers want to be generous but can’t.
For decades, giving in the church remained a familiar process.