Results for “money”
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Raising money for ministry can be an intimidating process. Fundraising software is a useful tool that can help make managing this process easier. Dean Sweetman from Tithe.ly gives expert advice on how to keep track of donor relationships and maximize your ability to raise funds for ministry projects.
This is an audio recording from our breakout sessions at CMN Conference 2019 in Dallas, Texas. In this session, Dean Sweetman, CEO of tithe.ly, leads a breakout on church giving and how to encourage a consistent and generous culture in your church.
Raising money for ministry can be an intimidating process. Once funds have been raised it is important to maintain positive relationships with your donors. Dean Sweetman from Tithe.ly gives expert advice on how to follow up well with donors in order to demonstrate follow up and encourage future partnerships.
Taking an offering is an important part of the worship experience. Taking an offering well takes practice and mentoring. In this video Dean Sweetman from Tithe.ly will give direction on how to take an offering in a way that honors God and encourages a culture of generosity.
Leadership should be the first to model financial stewardship. Talking to your team about tithing can be uncomfortable for many leaders. Dean Sweetman from Tithe.ly gives advice on how to talk to your team about financial commitments during the launch of a new church or campus and how to make it as easy as possible to commit.
Talking about money in church makes a lot of leaders uncomfortable. However, the Bible talks a lot about money. Dean Sweetman from Tithe.ly gives advice on how to have a biblical perspective on financial resources.
The average business loses 5% of revenue to fraud. This can happen in the church as well. In this video Rollie Dimos, Director of Internal Audit for the Assemblies of God national office, gives an overview of 5 fraud areas that every ministry leader should be aware of.
Handling money is more than good practice, it is a stewardship that ministers are accountable for. In this video, Rollie Dimos, Director of Internal Audit for the Assemblies of God national office, gives basic principles for financial controls in your church. These principles will provide accountability and protect the church from abuse. Best of all - you don't need to be an accountant to understand them.
Budget planning meetings are likely the least fun thing on your calendar. However, without a good budget your church or campus won't be around for long. Rollie Dimos, Director of Internal Audit for the Assemblies of God national office, gives a basic overview of what every pastor should know about accounting practices in your church.
A lack of budgeting will prevent any ministry from being sustainable long term. You do not need an accounting degree to put together a solid ministry budget. In this video Rollie Dimos, Director of Internal Audit for the Assemblies of God national office shares 5 steps to putting together a strong ministry budget. Video 1 in a series of 4