Climb Higher: Creating a Vision for Giving and Discipleship  -     By: Scott McKenzie, Kristine Miller
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Climb Higher: Creating a Vision for Giving and Discipleship

Abingdon Press / 2011 / Paperback

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Engage your congregation in a practical conversation about stewardship that revolves around sharing God's abundance---rather than holding on fearfully. You'll discover the "culture shift" that comes from telling "giving" stories rather than pledging to a budget; and begin a transformative process that results in deeper faith, stronger ministries, and a vibrant church community.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2011
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)
ISBN: 1426714831
ISBN-13: 9781426714832
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Climb Higher challenges the negative connotations associated with “stewardship” and invites congregations to completely change the conversation around this critically important topic.
Instead of talking about the needs of the church budget, Climb Higher suggests a discovery of your congregation's compelling vision for ministry. Instead of selecting your stewardship leaders by default, CLIMB encourages the development of strong leadership through setting clear and challenging expectations.
Climb Higher involves changing the entire culture of your congregation to one of gratitude, where conversations revolve around sharing God's abundance rather than holding on fearfully. Climb Higher encourages the sharing of ministry stories rather than pledging to a budget. And, finally, Climb Higher asserts that if you truly believe expressing generosity results in a deeper connection to God, you have no choice but to boldly ask others to become more generous givers.

Author Bio

Currently Senior Vice President with Horizons Stewardship, Scott McKenzie has over fifteen years experience in development, capital campaigns, vision discernment and conflict management. Prior to his time in consulting, he was a local church pastor and the Director of Stewardship for the Western Pennsylvania Conference United Methodist Church. As a national stewardship consultant, Dr. McKenzie has worked with a wide variety of denominations including United Methodist, Presbyterian, Lutheran, Episcopal and Roman Catholic.
Dr. McKenzie believes stewardship is ultimately a question of faith development and discipleship. He teaches stewardship as grounded in gratitude, revealed in prayer and lived in faith. Dr. McKenzie holds degrees from Messiah College and United Theological Seminary. His Ph.D. is in spiritual formation from Duquesne University.

Kristine Miller, CFRE, Ministry Strategist with Horizons Stewardship, has assisted churches and nonprofits in fulfilling their visions for ministry for over fifteen years. Ms. Miller was the Director of Stewardship and Planned Giving for the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan and a Senior Vice President with a national stewardship consulting firm. Having worked with hundreds of clients across the country, Ms. Miller has become a nationally-recognized expert in the field of nonprofit organizational leadership and development. Ms. Miller is a prolific writer and frequently been a top-rated speaker at conferences and other events.
A native of Ohio, she did her undergraduate work in Business Administration at the Ohio State University and received her M.B.A. from Northern Illinois University.

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