Melissa Spas explores the intersection of vocation and giving
How asset-based community development changed the way one pastor views abundance.
As we approach the 7th year of #GivingTuesday, we asked Adam Copeland to share what he's learned about crowdfunding in communities of faith.
A conversation with two of the Distinguished Visitor panelists.
The last quarter of the calendar means something very specific for nonprofits and congregations. David P. King, PhD encourages courage and risk during this fall stewardship season.
Dr. Siddiqi explains why research into Muslim philanthropy faces entrenched hurdles but has potential to illuminate the sector.
Rabbi Sandy Eisenberg Sasso explains the importance of the High Holy Days occurring over the next few weeks.
Dr. David King highlights one aspect of our Executive Certificate in Religious Fundraising - the Philanthropic Autobiography - as we release the 2019 dates and locations.
Beryl Jantzi, D. Min., offers a presenter's perspective on the benefits of our core congregational course.
Melissa Spas challenges us to end the taboo of money talk in our religious institutions through counter-cultural leadership.
The latest Giving USA report finds fewer Americans are giving money to charity but total donations are at record levels anyway.
Excerpt from A New Day in the City: Urban Church Revival by Donna Claycomb Sokol and L. Roger Owens addresses the complex issue of casting a vision within a congregation.
Program Manager, Rafia Khader, describes Ramadan and the purpose of fasting.
Dr. David King reflects on Niebuhr's 1930 essay and wonders if the question is still applicable today.
Program Manager, Anne Brock, explores the metaphor of planting seeds in order to better understand a mindset of abundance.
Research Associate, Amy Hemphill, explains how research on congregation financial practices will benefit U.S. congregations.
Melissa Spas reminds us of the abundant hope that is revealed through the Easter story.
Authors Tim Shapiro and Kara Faris describe a church phenomenon they’ve termed the divergent church, and they examine what it means to be a congregation today.
Reflecting on the 15th Annual Lake Lecture with Scott Harrison, Anne Brock has three key takeaways that we can all apply to our own work.
Richard Klopp, CEO of Water for Good, works to end the water crisis in the Central African Republic.
Melissa Spas cautions us from confusing the platform for the practice when it comes to technology and charity.
David King helps us to think about the potential power of stewardship language for our faith communities.