"HOW TO TALK ABOUT MONEY WITH THEOLOGICAL INTEGRITY"
Featuring William G. Enright, Ph.D.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 2013 at 2pm Eastern Time
The Presbyterian Outlook
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Jesus had much to say about money and the faithful use of possessions; in fact the Bible has more to say about this subject than love or prayer. Ironically, most pulpits are silent when it comes to money-talk except for the annual stewardship or “we-need-your-money” sermon. How different might the financial health of most American congregations be if clergy knew how to talk about money with theological integrity and pastoral sensitivity?
You’ll learn about:
- Breaking the taboo of money-talk in your congregation.
- Understanding church giving from the donors’ point of view.
- Shaping a theology of faith, money and giving.
William G. Enright, Ph.D., is director of Lake Institute on Faith & Giving at the Indiana Unviersoty School of Philanthropy, and former pastor of Second Presbyterian Church, Indianapolis. He has written several books, the latest being Channel Markers. Bill is a director of Lilly Endowment, Inc.