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Money Leadership: From "Oh-My" to "AMEN!"

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Money Leadership

A Series of Three Webinars for
Stewardship Leaders and Pastors


  • Webinar #1: "Get Centered (Know yourself—know your setting)"--June 22 and 24, 2010
  • Webinar #2: "Get Savvy (Lead with knowledge and wisdom: manage from income;spending facts and plans; missional budgets)"--Thu July 15 and 19, 2010
  • Webinar #3: "Get Conspiratorial (Inspire and involve others to grow in generous living)"--August 4 and 5, 2010
CEUs: No longer available

Webinar Description:  Like it or not, congregational leaders and pastors lead in money matters!  When times are prosperous, the spiritual agenda stands against greed. When economies crumble, the spiritual agenda battles fear. In fat years and lean years, the opportunities to fully live our faith in God start with leadership. Three sessions will equip pastors and leaders to show the way at the intersection of faith and money—to guide congregations now and into all seasons. Each session will conclude with discussion and actions steps for congregational working teams.

 Mark Vincent
Mark Vincent, Presenter:  Mark L. Vincent is CEO of Design Group International,a set of consulting networks concerned with organizational development. Mark has been the keynote speaker at Annual Conference stewardship events. He is an expert on the intersections of faith and money, organizational leadership, organizational development, and group process and problem solving. Author and editor of numerous books and articles, he is an inspiring speaker, known for his custom-crafted material for specific venues.


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Elizabeth Keller
Master of Divinity '08

ElizabethSaying “YES” to God can get messy. It did for me. In all my defiance and resistance to God’s call (maybe you can relate?!), I made a mess--and while I learned along the way to revel in the messiness, I give thanks to God who can make any crooked path straight. May my personal story resonate some with our universal story as the emerging generation of the church for the 21st century.