If God is calling you to become a church planter, then He is more than capable of giving you the grace and faith you need for the journey. But there are qualities and characteristics you can identify and cultivate that will certainly help you through the ups and downs of starting a church in a new place.
Over the last 2,000 years, followers of Christ from all over the globe have followed suit. Starting churches in places from Akron to Azerbaijan, Christians continue to follow the example of Jesus and His disciples. But it’s not always easy.
Tithe.ly serves over 37,000 churches around the world. Here's the story of how one of the largest church tech platforms in the world started with a mobile coffee order and a brilliant idea. 💡
President's Day is right around the corner. Will you acknowledge the holiday at your church?
Fundraising events can be a fun opportunity for your community to gather together for the sake of giving back. In other words, fundraisers make generosity exciting. Combine that with showing your church members how giving can help your church impact the community, support missionaries, and advance Biblical justice, and you create lasting momentum towards giving.
Should Christians set New Year's Resolutions? Or is it a non-Biblical practice? Let's take a look.
Looking for inspiration for Martin Luther King Jr. Day? Here are 25 quotes and scriptures that honor Dr. King.
A New Year’s church service can be a powerful time of encouragement and hope for the new season, no matter what challenges your church members face.
Your end-of-year giving campaign doesn’t end on December 31st. When your timeline for giving ends, you’ll want to follow up with donors after they’ve made generous contributions.
There’s no book that’s more hopeful than the Bible. For those of us that need fresh faith in the new year, there’s no better place to start than the Scriptures. Here are 20 Bible verses that can give us a renewed sense of hope, wonder, and faith in 2023.
Do you sell merchandise, tickets, or snacks at your church? Then you need a system for receiving payment.
As followers of Christ, we can set our hope in Jesus…not in a stable economy. But there is some good news in the midst of economic downturn. While it might seem like generosity towards nonprofits and churches may be headed for a dip, history shows us the opposite.