June 2019 Newsletter

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Missed the Generosity Transformed Conference? Get the Keynote Speaker Recordings

Generosity Transformed! Conference participants learned how to energize and revitalize their strategies for faithful generosity by connecting their missions, ministries, and resources. You can do the same with recordings of the Generosity Transformed! Conference keynote speaker presentations.

  • God’s Subversive Generosity by the Rev. Dr. Anthony Bailey, Coordinating Minister at Parkdale United Church, Ottawa, Ontario
  • Asking for Checks in a Venmo World: A Minister’s Guide to Cultivating Generosity the Rev. Dr. Ginny Brown Daniel, Conference Minister for the Mid-South Conference of the United Church of Christ
  • Piggy Banks and Offering Plates: On (Not) Giving It All Away by the Rev. Lee Hull Moses, Chief of Staff in the Office of the General Minister and President of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
  • Generosity Transformed! What We Have Learned by the Rt. Rev. Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis  

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Webinar Provides Insights on How to Use the Devoted to Generosity Year-Round Stewardship Resource

The Devoted to Generosity year-round stewardship resource has everything a congregation needs for a year-round stewardship focus. Theologians, educators, and practitioners from a variety of faith traditions have contributed more than 200 pages of materials with a focus on holistic stewardship. Learn more about this resource and how you can use it in your congregation by watching the Devoted to Generosity Webinar.

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Generosity NEXT Looks at the Offering

Spirited Generosity: Offering Vitality in the 21st Century is the topic for Generosity NEXT 2019, November 20-21, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. Receiving offerings has been an ongoing part of the church’s story, beginning with the earliest scripture texts. Spirited Generosity: Offering Vitality in the 21st Century will explore the history and theology of the offering, its spiritual significance, and how faith communities can continue to make congregational giving a vital practice in 21st-century culture.

Generosity NEXT registration will open in early August. Save the dates and plan to attend!

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