At around 200 attendees on a typical Sunday, Vineyard Community Church in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, isn’t huge, but when they went through Momentum, they paid off $78,370 worth of debt!
What is it about these people that would cause any member of their church to call them a great leader?
I’ve learned some important money lessons in my life, but the most important thing I’ve learned is that biblical stewardship makes a huge difference in the pews and in the pulpit.
Chris Goulard's advice for running a complex, multifaceted stewardship ministry for the church’s more than 22,000 weekly attendees.
To be good stewards, we’ve got to shift our perspective and right-size our leadership to better meet their needs.
It's a great time to reflect on where you’ve been and where you want to go. It’s a also a great time to start thinking about what programs need to go and what need to stay in your church.
Financial Peace University, through Momentum, "frees people so they can fulfill the calling that God has on their life, that they were created to do, that has so often been derailed by poor money decisions.”