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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
|Publication Date: 2007|
Benevolence can be a tricky area of ministry. We know that we are called both to meet the needs of our brothers and sisters in Christ and to love our neighbor. But how can a church know when it should and shouldn't offer assistance?
This 20-page resource can help your church develop a clearer game plan for meeting people's financial needs and stewarding its budget wisely. Learn helpful decision-making protocols as well as creative ideas for blessing congregants and members of your community.
NOTE: You have permission to make up to 1,000 copies of this resource to be distributed in a church or educational setting.
This Training Pack contains all of the following:
Title: The Biblical Case for Benevolence
Deck: What do Scriptures have to say about the subject?
Title: The Rewards of Benevolence
Deck: When we give we lay up treasure.
Author: Interview with Randy Alcorn
Title: Organizing Your Benevolence Ministry (free sample)
Deck: Adapt this sample protocol for a church's benevolence program.
Author: Rod O'Neil
Title: Entering the Trenches
Deck: Our benevolence must be relational.
Author: Amy L. Sherman
Title: Financial First Aid
Deck: Church leaders talk about how their churches are helping.
Author: Dick Towner, Richard Bean, James T. Meeks, and others
Title: Issues in Benevolence Administration
Deck: Review these aspects of your process.
Author: Rod O'Neil
Title: Different Ways to Help
Deck: One church's approach to benevolence.
Author: Larry Parker
Title: Better Together
Deck: It's wise to collaborate in meeting your community's needs.
Author: Frank Sommerville
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