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By Donald Romanik, Altagracia Perez-Bullard and Joseph Wolyniak
The Church of today needs scholars and ministry leaders who can offer practical and creative answers to the questions facing Episcopal communities.
By Demi Prentiss
In this new blog series on “Reframing Assets”, ECF’s Endowment Management program hears how four churches adjusted their thinking about their finances after Covid – reimagining assets, uncovering riches beyond the balance sheet, and charting a new course for ministry.
By James W. (Jim) Murphy, CFRE and Greg Rousos, President & CEO of the New Covenant Trust/Presbyterian Foundation
On November 15, 2023 at 12 Noon Eastern Time, James W. (Jim) Murphy, CFRE of the Episcopal Church Foundation and Greg Rousos, President & CEO of the New Covenant Trust/Presbyterian Foundation reviewed a variety of ways to encourage more giving to your community of faith during this most generous time of the year.
By Dr. Sandra T. Montes
Este estudio bíblico trata de que dice la Biblia sobre la generosidad y la mayordomía/administración de nuestros dones.
By Juliette Acker
A sustainable endowment depends on wise spending. Do you need to take a fresh look at how you make spending decisions at your church? In the following infographic, we clarify five common misconceptions that may affect your endowment spending decisions.
By Aline Sun
Tactical asset allocation (TAA) is an active investment strategy that involves making short-term changes to a portfolios asset allocation in response to market conditions. The goal of TAA is to add to portfolio returns by taking advantage of market trends or economic opportunities or to steer away from higher risk.
By Sandra Montes
How can the church make a difference in creating just economic systems? In Managing Assets to be Stewards of Humanity, Sandra Montes leads a conversation with Steven Lee, Bishop Matthew Heyd and Miguel Escobar as they discuss our moral imperative as Christians to help liberate those in economic bondage, particularly in the context of credit unions.
By Charis Bhagianathan
The act of reimagining is a bold one. It holds in it a dream to transform, to grow and to be new. It is a process where we strive not just to continue to be relevant, but to inspire and effect good change in our communities and the world. In this second issue on Reimagining Assets (find the first issue here), we hear from leaders who are deep in the work of reimagining our church, from a place of...
By Gerlene (GJ) Gordy
La idea principal de los bienes de la comunidad es conservar la cultura para las generaciones futuras en lugar de maximizar su uso con fines de lucro.
By Haley Bankey
In this edition of Vestry Papers, you will find five stories from around the church about reimagining assets, be they physical structures or human resources, the land we steward or the culture in which we belong. As you read, imagine how you might walk alongside the Holy Spirit to embrace bold reimagination in your own community.