Monthly Archives: December 2010

The Award for the Best Transformation Giving Year-End Appeal Goes to…

…Greg Stier at Dare2Share Ministries! Check out Greg’s year-end tremendous appeal, Please DON’T Give to Our “Emergency Need.” The whole post is great, so make sure to click through. I especially like this part: Now, if anyone had an emergency … Continue reading

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Tithing is the New Thing in SECULAR Giving

One of my least favorite arguments among Christians involves the question of whether Christians should tithe or not. Both sides of the debate get all hot and bothered, and nothing ever changes… …in the church, anyway. Outside the church, however, … Continue reading

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Marking Donor and Member Development Through Ritual

Nice piece by the folks at Hanopolis on the recent coming-of-age ceremony of a group of Korean students as they finished their college exams. Has me thinking about what occasions we mark–and don’t mark–for our donors and church members as … Continue reading

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