March 7, 2018

Most pastors go into ministry with the vision of teaching God’s Word and loving His people. It can be a tough reality to be immediately faced with lengthy discussions about parking spaces, building capacity, or raising money. And if you went to Seminary, you didn’t tak...

The IRS requires that a church, as a 501c3 organization, must send an Annual Giving Statement to everyone who makes a contribution to the church for their own records and tax filing. In most cases that Annual Giving Statement will arrive to the donor in a windowed enve...

We, at Generis, just released our 2017 Year-End Giving Guide eBook. Not only did I want to share this awesome resource with you, I wanted to also highlight why I think you need to download it now, read it and put the strategies outlined in it in practice right away.

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“The rich think of their wealth as a strong defense; they imagine it to be a high wall of safety.”

Tyndale House Publishers. (2013). Holy Bible: New Living Translation (Pr 18:11). Carol Stream, IL: Tyndale House Publishers.

The artist Snoop Dogg has a line in his song “G...

In many of the churches I work with, either by choice or by policy, the pastor/minister does not look at anyone’s giving. The intent of this blog is not to debate that point at all. However, what I do want to address is a recurring problem I continually find related to...

February 17, 2017

Count on it: your givers and potential givers are not all alike. In fact, they break down into at least four kinds of givers. This resource will help you identify, understand and engage the different type of givers in your ministry to maximize your efforts of bridging...

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