What excites you about bivocational ministry? What gives you pause? What are the nagging questions you have?
Bring your questions and join Phil Leo online with Nathan Rauh-Bieri, program manager for the CRCNA’s Financial Shalom program. They'll discuss the possibilities and potential pitfalls of bivocational ministry.
In this conversation, Cindi Riemersma (client services administrator) and Kurt Knoll (director of member relations and investments) share how by gifting commodities – such as grains, soybeans, corn, fruits, nuts and even livestock – or equipment to ministry, you can achieve greater Kingdom impact and experience personal tax savings.
Give more to ministry than you ever thought possible by gifting real estate or business interest! In this conversation, Kurt Knoll, (director of member relations and investments) and Cindi Riemersma (client services administrator) share how you can redirect a business or property you no longer need or want to manage toward Kingdom purposes, and experience significant tax benefits in return.
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.
What’s the cost of church renewal?
It depends on the type of cost, right? Fees for renewal programs range from hundreds to thousands of dollars; but there’s also the human cost of soul searching, prayer and repentance.
Which cost would you rather pay?
It’d be nice if throwing money at c...
Billionaires are pretty great – at least, according to most people. How else can one explain the vast spectrum of influence and opportunity they
For example, the governor of my state is a billionaire who paid for his election campaign with his own money. You may be able to cite a sim...
Why Phil and Sheri Hall Are Quick to Tell Others About the Stewards Fund
After retiring from a career as an electrical engineer, Phil Hall has learned a thing or two about what works and what doesn’t.
So when, as the volunteer treasurer for his church, he saw several donations rolling in from ...