Is it possible to out give God?
We don’t believe so, but we’ve compiled 10 real-life stories of churches who may be accused of trying to do just that. These churches are giving back in extremely outrageous ways, and it’s beginning to impact the culture around them.
Here are a few snapshots:
- 70,000 pounds of potatoes each year
- $500 to each church member
- A single act of generosity that launched a movement in churches across the country
These are just a handful of the stories we’ve collected. In this webinar replay, you’ll see videos, real life photos, dollar amounts, and results. Then, we’ll help you create your own outrageous generosity church campaign by first confronting the lies holding many pastors back, and then by sharing our curated list of practical resources.
Each of the three topics in the webinar is also covered in depth on our blog. See the bottom of the post for links. Also, here’s a page where you can learn more about Pushpay’s Digital Giving Tool which guarantees a 5 percent increase in church giving (which some of you were asking about on the webinar).
For additional reading on each of the webinar topics, check out the following links:
11 Examples of Outrageous Church Generosity
We’ve compiled a list of 11 churches that are giving in outrageously generous ways. Some of these campaigns were one-time events, others are on-going. Use the list as inspiration to create an outrageous act of generosity for your own church. Share it with your leadership team to see what sparks their interest.
5 Lies Holding Pastors Back from Having a More Generous Church
We know that a lot of things in faith start with the belief system. So for those churches looking to create an outrageous culture of generosity, one that impacts culture, the biggest thing to start with is the belief and mindset of your church, your board, and of your leadership team.
14 Practical Resources to Create Your Own Church Generosity Campaign
Generous churches know how to impact culture by giving in outrageous ways. Sometimes the thing standing in the way of your own campaign is a lack of technical skills or resources.