Money

Treasure

By Jacob Armstrong
At the first mention of the word treasure, my mind is filled with images of pirate ships, deserted islands, and an X that marks the spot. I think of a hidden chest filled with… read more

Potholes of Stewardship

By Timothy Siburg
Recently I had the opportunity to attend a "Jump Start Your Stewardship" event hosted by the Minneapolis and St. Paul Area Synods of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America… read more

World Hunger, MSNBC, Mitt Romney, and Socialism

By Shane Raynor
I get my daily news from a number of sources, mostly online, and as I’m reading I often come across stories that don’t necessarily warrant a blog post, but do raise… read more

Debt and Digital Giving

By Ben Gosden
It seems like everything is moving into the digital world these days. The Internet has quickly become a world unto itself where we can share the highlights of our life, purchase… read more

Refresh the Offering: Ten Tips

By Donna Schaper
1. Go Back to Basics. What is an offering? It is a response to the word of God, made in cash or check. That may sound disrespectful to both God and cash but cash is not much… read more

Street Smarts for Pastors

By John Flowers
When folks come by the church office requesting assistance, how do we know if they are truly needy or simply trying to pull a scam? There are a few simple rules to help you help… read more
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