If you are 70 ½ and older, you can make a sizeable gift from your individual retirement account (IRA) to ministry and reduce your taxable income. In this conversation, Cindi Riemersma (client services administrator) and Kurt Knoll (director of member relations and investments) share all the specifics of this simple and popular giving option.
Do you have appreciated stock or other securities that you’ve owned for at least a year? In this video, Cindi Riemersma, client services administrator, explains why marketable securities are a much more cost-effective giving option than cash.
Completing a will is intensely personal for members at your church. So why should it matter to you if they’ve completed one or not?
Because a completed will is the only way legacy gifts from members who are passionate about your church’s ministry can be made. It’s a big deal!
Join me online as Phil Leo hosts Steve Baker, senior estate planner for Barnabas Foundation, to discuss common obstacles your church members encounter when it comes to completing a will.
The financially healthy church is typically associated with a million-dollar budget and a dream endowment. Truth is, financially healthy churches result when leaders display key qualities that have nothing to do with dollars and cents!
Phil Leo hosts John Bolt, director of finances and operations for CRCNA, to discuss the difference leaders make when it comes to a church's financial health.
It’s one of those impossible conversations. A family from your church is near financial ruin with crushing debt and dwindling income streams. Things are desperate and they’re turning to your church.
Financial literacy tools and resources will help... but you understand there’s more to this problem than just dollars and cents.
Where do you begin?
Rev. Phil Leo hosts Megan Pacheo and Kasia Tunnell, owners of Better Three Group, to discuss the spiritual dimensions of financial struggle.
Rev. Phil Leo and Cindi Riemersma, client services administrator for Barnabas Foundation, discuss big-picture strategies for protecting your church budget during times of crisis.
“So Moses said to Aaron, ‘Take a jar and put an omer of manna in it. Then place it before the LORD to be kept for the generations to come.’” (Exodus 16:33 NIV)
Worship is about what’s in your heart; but don’t forget about what’s in your hands.
Exodus 16 tells about the hands of the Israeli...
A Family Commitment to Generosity
For John M. Vander Haag, family is business, and business is family.
“It’s who we are,” says John. “You just don’t get away from it.”
John is the third-generation leader of Vander Haag’s, Inc., a family-owned truck parts business that his grandfather fo...
Gifts That Reduce Taxes
Giving business interests, land, equipment or other commercial property is a wonderful way to reduce your taxes and support your favorite Kingdom-building ministries.