Posts Tagged ‘The Outcomes Conferene’

Our Work – Blessed by God By Andrea Leigh Capuyan

God’s Blessings on a Steward’s Good Work Work at a fevered pitch in search of approval and good results is the temptation of even the steward leader. The rat race beckons. And we rationalize. We are responsible. We are accountable. It’s all on our shoulders. As stewards, we can place ourselves in a bind –…

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A Heart to Reflect Jesus By Phyllis Hennecy Hendry

Do you have a heart that longs to reflect Jesus? I don’t know about you, but my heart is racing to think about reflecting Jesus. And at this minute, I am running to the Father just as Jesus did. It’s the only way. We can’t do this on our own. Jesus modeled connection to the…

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New Financial Statement Model By Fran Brown

The New Financial Statement Model and What Nonprofits Need to Know About FASB ASU 2016-14 The nonprofit financial statement model changes are finally here. FASB Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2016-14 is the most significant update to nonprofit financial reporting standards in 25 years, and it is in effect for fiscal years beginning after December 15,…

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Got Budget? By Dr. Gary Hoag

Do you live on a budget? Most budgets include four (or five) basic categories, namely, money for giving, spending, saving, paying taxes, and (if necessary) debt repayment. Statistics show that only about one-third of American households live on a budget (Gallup 2013). Not living on a budget can contribute to further challenges, such as making…

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The Ministry of Management By Jim Canning

The Ministry of Management Is a Kingdom Call When I was growing up in the 1940’s and ‘50’s, most churches and other ministries were small, not very complex and not spending much time thinking about management practices. Much of the work was done by volunteers, and the word “management” was generally considered a “business term”…

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