11-Apr-2017 | by Chuck Klein
You've all heard the saying, "Time will tell." While that's usually meant in a forward-looking manner, let's take a quick look back at our time spent with church leaders and donors in 2016. Our work with churches of various sizes, denominations, and cultures reveals much regarding giving, generosity, vision and momentum in the body of Christ.
18-Jan-2017 | by Chuck Klein
For years, conventional wisdom has dictated three years as the standard timeframe for a large-scale, church-wide capital drive. But is that best for your church?
05-Dec-2016 | by Bill Price
With year-end giving in full swing, the best tax break for seniors with IRA’s remains undiscovered by most.
14-Nov-2016 | by Bill Price
The end of every year presents an outstanding opportunity for members of your congregation to enjoy excellent tax benefits.
19-Oct-2016 | by Chuck Klein
Whether it’s building, renovating, paying off debt, or simply expanding ministry reach, one question tops the list when church leadership considers a large-scale capital need: How will we acquire these funds?
01-Sep-2016 | by Chuck Klein
Far too many churches experience sub-par campaign results by electing a "do-it-yourself" mentality. Here are five areas in which a professional consulting firm can make a dramatic difference in the success of your church capital campaign.
11-Jul-2016 | by Chuck Klein
Church capital campaigns that adhere to Biblical principles and follow a well-executed plan bring glory to God and financial blessing to families and organizations. Guiding churches in the concepts and practices of capital stewardship defines Impact’s ministry to the Body of Christ.
06-Jun-2016 | by Dr. Gary Enfinger
Countless churches have told us they do not wish to conduct an in-house campaign. Most accept they simply don't have the know-how or manpower. Others speak from experience, albeit sour; after a lackluster first attempt, they came to appreciate the value of outside help the second time around.
23-May-2016 | by Dr. Tom Moucka
Leaving a legacy passes the baton of our values, our vision, and our life’s work. Legacy giving represents one of the ways we ensure that hand-off takes place properly. We raise up the generations that follow in our footsteps by leaving the resources needed for them to effectively continue the work we start.
09-May-2016 | by Chuck Klein
Your team dreamed it. The architect designed it. Your people want to build it. Collectively, you’re prepared to fire off a capital campaign to pay for it. Ready, set, go, right?