Recorded January 29, 2013
Jesus had much to say about money and the faithful use of possessions; in fact the Bible has more to say about this subject than love or prayer. Ironically, most pulpits are silent when it comes to money-talk except for the annual stewardship or “we-need-your-money” sermon.
How different might the financial health of most American congregations be if clergy knew how to talk about money with theological integrity and pastoral sensitivity?
During this webinar, you’ll learn about:
- Breaking the taboo of money-talk in your congregation
- Understanding church giving from the donors’ points of view
- Shaping a theology of faith, money and giving
Pastors, elders, stewardship team members, and budget committee members – this webinar is for you! Dr. Enright will help you claim your confessional heritage and raise an awareness of what it means to talk about faith, money, and giving with theological integrity.
William G. Enright, Ph.D.,
is director of the Lake Institute on Faith and Giving at the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University, and former pastor of Second Presbyterian Church, Indianapolis. He has written several books, the latest being Channel Markers. Bill is a director of Lilly Endowment, Inc.