Imagine if Growing Generosity was as Easy as…

Imagine if Growing Generosity was as Easy as... Close your eyes for a moment, take a deep breath and imagine “Easy.” Ahhhh. Let your mind wander through the moments, gadgets, or tasks you’ve experienced today that went just as they should have or as you wanted them to. There are far more than you realized at the time because we…
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Imagine if everyone who considered giving actually gave

Imagine if everyone who considered giving actually gave Brain scientists say that the ability to imagine can influence our every action and open us up to creative ideas. So, if giving at your church is on your mind and you could use some creative ideas, take a moment to imagine with us. Picture the faces of your attendees this Sunday.…
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Imagine What You Could Do with 23% More Resources

Imagine What You Could Do with 23% More Resources Have you noticed that even when your faith soars, the spreadsheet keeps you tethered to earth? It constantly reminds you that it takes resources (time, effort, people, money, opportunities and ideas) to grow everything. And “seeds” aren’t cheap! But imagine that there was a way to move your giving needle by…
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Imagine Getting a Jaw-Dropping Gift Online

Imagine Getting a Jaw-Dropping Gift Online Imagine one Thursday you pull a report to get an idea of where your budget stands for the month. You’ve already checked Sunday’s offering, so you know what to expect there. But to your surprise, you see an astounding total for the week, several times larger than it was when you checked on Monday.…
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Imagine if your church had unlimited resources

Imagine, just for a moment, if your church had unlimited resources Take a moment, wherever you're reading this, and pursue your imagination ... dream a little ... it's completely normal for kids, so why can't adults do it too? Imagine, just for a moment, if your church had unlimited resources ... that your proverbial cup was overflowing. What would you…
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