Annual Giving Statements: Surprise and delight your givers this year with an excellent annual giving statement strategy.

The Annual Giving Statement should not be just an administrative task, it is an opportunity to normalize the giving conversation in your church. You can do this by celebrating, building trust and casting vision through an excellent annual giving strategy.

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  • Best Practice Mailing Techniques
  • Sample Cover Letters
  • Pre-Statement & Announcement Video Ideas
  • AND MUCH MORE!

 

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Creating a Culture of Generosity

CPN —  February 21, 2017 — Leave a comment

Monday, March 13, 10AM TO 2:00PM

Armenian Evangelical Brethren Church, 1800 Lake Street, Glendale CA 91201

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Creating a Culture of Generosity

Learn how to build on biblical principles, your best giving practices, and your ministry’s DNA to weave together a strategy that will help you fund your God-inspired vision. This workshop will give you ideas on how to capture the amazing, God-inspired vision you have for your ministry and help you fund it. Led by Brad Leeper from Generis, this workshop will make you think out of the box. It works! Generis has inspired ministries to raise over $6 billion since ’89.

Brad Leeper has the privilege of working with the best people on the planet in accelerating generosity toward God-inspired vision. For any generous and giving culture to succeed, three key questions must be answered: ‘Is God in this plan? Have church leaders cast a vision for the project that exceeds the brick and mortar story? And does each church member understand the sound, biblical basis for engaging in joyful giving in support of that vision?’ Creating an environment where individuals ask God what He wants them to do–in light of what He has called their church to do–is Brad’s ultimate task.

Brad and his wife Lisa have two delightful adult daughters, Laura and Sarah. Both are married to incredible men who, he says “have made our family even better.” Brad earned a Masters in Theology degree from Dallas Seminary and a B.S. in Economics from West Virginia University. He has professional certifications in church risk management and human resources with diverse experience in financial analysis, adult education, cross-cultural missions and strategic planning.

This event is free for Pacific Church Network, Cornerstone Pastors Network, Missionary Church, Transformation Ministries and Acts 29 Member Churches and includes lunch. $25 for non-members.

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Sponsored by Pacific Church Network, Cornerstone Pastors Network, Generis.

February PRC with Jeff Jones

CPN —  February 1, 2017 — Leave a comment

Due to the passing of Jeff Jones’ father, he was unable to participate in February’s call today.

Please keep him and his family in your prayers during this difficult time. We will be rescheduling Jeff for a future PRC.

Information coming soon on March’s PRC with Dan Southerland!”

PRC with Mark Buchanan

CPN —  January 12, 2017 — Leave a comment

Regaining the Conviction of our Call by Living in the way of Sabbath

“The glory of God,” Origen said, “is a man fully alive.” Or George Whitfield, when asked why so many people came to hear him preach, answered, “I’m on fire, and they come to watch me burn.” Alas, too many in vocational ministry, struggling with the daily strains and demands of serving a local congregation, find those sentiments a distant memory. In this Pastors Resource Call, pastor, author and professor Mark Buchanan will lead a conversation about flourishing in life and ministry. Using Caleb as an example, Mark will explore the nature of deep contentment, and particularly how the practice of Sabbath nurtures this.

Mark Buchanan is a pastor, award-winning author, and father of three who lives with his wife, Cheryl, on the West Coast of Canada. Educated at the University of British Columbia and Regent College, his work has been published in numerous periodicals, including Christianity Today, Books and Culture, Leadership Journal, and Discipleship Magazine. He is the author of six books: Your God Is Too Safe, Things Unseen, The Holy Wild, The Rest of God, Hidden in Plain Sight, and Spiritual Rhythm.

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PRC with Dan Reiland

Bill Nicoson —  November 21, 2016

Vision: Is it really that important?

Vision is everything.

Dan Reiland has spent decades working side by side with some very well-known visionary church leaders. On this Pastors Resource Call, Dan will give us first hand insight into what it’s like to be around people who get it about the deep impact of well communicated vision. We’ll investigate the importance and value of clear vision as it relates to accomplishing God’s mission for the church. He’ll talk about who’s responsible for vision development, what compelling vision looks like, and what it takes to keep the vision flame burning over time. You will NOT want to miss this high-value conversation with Dan!

Dan Reiland is Executive Pastor at 12Stone® Church in Lawrenceville, Georgia. He previously partnered with John Maxwell for 20 years, first as Executive Pastor at Skyline Wesleyan Church in San Diego, then as Vice President of Leadership and Church Development at INJOY.

Dan is best known as a leader with a pastor’s heart and a coach’s instincts. He truly loves the local church, and is described as one of the nation’s most innovative church thinkers. His passion is developing and empowering leaders who want to grow, are willing to take risks, and enjoy the journey.

Dan is married to Patti and they have two kids, Mackenzie and John-Peter, who have both graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University. Dan is a lover and collector of fine guitars and in a previous life is pretty sure he was a lead guitarist in a rock band.

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