filtered by Planned Giving, Conflict, Pastoral Care
By Alissa Anderson
People often have strong opinions about what they believe millennials care (or not) about. In Millennial Mythbusters: Church Edition, Alissa Anderson dispels some common myths and shares truths about millennials and their life in church.
By Jim Murphy, Josh Anderson and Brad Roberts
Please join ECF to learn how tax law changes and other factors can enable you to give more to charity while also benefiting yourself. We look forward to giving you some interesting insights.
By Greg Syler
In this hyper-digital, connected-but-disconnected day and age, the church that finds a way to connect people to people so that everyone has someone to walk with them and represent Christ will not only be counter-cultural but blessed by God.
By Jim Murphy and Carsten Sierck
Join us to learn how your school can prepare both for the future of giving and the many changes that are coming.
By Susan Erdey
Susie Erdey explains why pledge transparency can only be beneficial to the life of both individual members and the parish as a whole.
By J. William Harkins, Ph.D., LMFT
J. William Harkins details different approaches to building resilience in the face of hardship.
By Annette Buchanan
We do need to reintroduce the topic of Gifts and Memorials for the church leadership and congregation. Here are a few ideas to consider.
By Jim Murphy
Join us to review various tools for empowering your donors to give more generously to your Episcopal school.
By Greg Syler
Reconciling all people to God in Christ and with one another is a full-time calling and a life’s occupation, and there’s no real time off in these positions, either. We invariably bring this stuff home. “Christianity is a contact sport,” a friend recently said.
By Sandra T. Montes
La mayordomía: Una palabra compleja y un concepto difícil. Este folleto también te ayudará a saber cómo puedes dejar un legado a tu iglesia.