How Churches Take in Less Money and Remain Vital

Churches have seen their budgets drop by an average of $25,000 in the past five years, and those who claimed financial difficulty has increased from 8% in 2000 to 16% in 2015. However, churches remain spiritually vital by minimizing conflict, using bi-vocational pastors, sharing inspirational worship, and focusing on the programs/ministries they do best rather 

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Minnesota’s Largest Church Receives $17 Million Donation

Check out this story from this week’s Ministry Briefing. Minnesota’s largest church has gotten a lot larger — thanks to a $17 million contribution. Eagle Brook Church, which has six locations and 22,000 weekly worshipers, has confirmed that it has received the enormous donation. The gift was promised four years ago but not disclosed until the final 

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