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Episode 227: Getting Churches to Partner Financially

You have people, leaders, and a vision. What about finances? In Episode 227 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Todd discuss co-planting and raising finances for your church plant. Here’s Stafford with today’s question: What are some of the best practices in partnering with other churches to launch a new […]

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How to Give Your Church Plant Staff Fundraising Requirements

by Patrick Bradley: Should you give your church plant staff fundraising requirements? You could have a bigger staff if they could offset some or all of their own salaries. Every full-time, vocational church planter should raise funds for their plant. It’s as least as much for the vision casting practice […]

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Get These 3 Free Products from Google for Nonprofits

by Patrick Bradley: Google has plenty of free* products generally, but there are a few premium services they offer only to qualifying nonprofits. Check out these 3 free things you get from Google for Nonprofits: Unfortunately, the first thing they do in your application process is ping the IRS’s online […]

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Maximize these 3 Amazon Nonprofit Programs for Your Church

by Patrick Bradley: Amazon is generous to nonprofits. Here are some ideas to maximize 3 of their Amazon nonprofit programs for your church. Two of the three programs may require you to have your 501c3 Determination Letter back from the IRS. So if you haven’t already filed, here’s yet another […]

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How to Manage Multiple Communication Channels

by Patrick Bradley: You’ve probably run into this: you want to send out a newsletter or important announcement but some people prefer email, some text and some social media. Who has time to manage multiple communication channels? One of the ironies of our age of communication is that communicating as […]

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How to Write a Church Donor Acknowledgement Letter

by Patrick Bradley: When a business or individual donates something, send them a church donor acknowledgement letter for their tax records. A local coffee shop has generously offered to provide coffee and muffins for your workers at a community service event. How exciting! All they want in return is a […]

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Innovate:NOW! Radical Generosity Recap

By John Poitevent: Our April Innovate:NOW! gathering focused on Radical Generosity. Church leaders from around the country gained valuable insight from stewardship experts and learned from the real-life experiences of pastors who have seen breakthroughs in giving. We received so much great feedback from Chris Willard’s opening talk on Creating a Culture […]

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Episode 170: Raising Funds Post Launch

by Ed Stetzer & Daniel Im: Your church has already launched, but you’re still in need of funds. What now? In episode 170 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, we’ll talk about some ways to fill financial gaps post launch. Here’s Byron with today’s question: How do you raise funds after the church […]

Exponential East 2017 Pre-Conference, Day 2

Such great content and wisdom being shared with us church planters at the Exponential East 2017 pre-conference day 2: Generosity & Fundraising Strategies Phil Ling Step 1: BUILD THE LIST People you need to add to your list: Start with your ‘Christmas card list’ High capacity givers Positional leaders Tribal […]

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12 Church Sub-Calendars You Need Today

Church sub-calendars are a great way to keep everything organized at your church. Setting them up is relatively easy and it solves the following 3 problems. Whether or not you’re a program-driven church, there are things that happen in the life of your church each year. Keeping them all straight […]