Webinar: The Coming Revolution in Church Economics
The fact is, tithes and offerings (alone) are no longer enough to provide for the needs of the local church, enable pastors to pursue opportunities, or sustain long-term ministry impact. Bound to a rapidly fading financial model that depends on numeric growth, most pastors today are simply managing stagnant of declining budgets. To not only survive changing economic times but thrive financially in the future, pastors today must learn to leverage church assets and create multiple streams of income to effectively fund mission. In this session, Mark will break it down and encourage you to embrace the coming revolution in church economics.
A thought-leading writer and recognized champion of the Multiethnic Church Movement, Mark DeYmaz planted the Mosaic Church of Central Arkansas (mosaicchurch.net) in 2001 where he continues to serve as Directional Leader. In 2004, he co-founded the Mosaix Global Network (mosaix.info), with Dr. George Yancey, today serving as its CEO and convener of the triennial National Multi-ethnic Church Conference. In 2008, he launched Vine and Village (vineandvillage.org) and remains active on the board of this 501(c)(3) non-profit focused on the spiritual, social, and financial transformation of Little Rock’s University District.
Mark has written eight books including his groundbreaking works (in order of most recently published) The Coming Revolution in Church Economics (Baker Books, 2019); Disruption: Repurposing the Church to Redeem the Community (Thomas Nelson, 2017); and Building a Healthy Multi-Ethnic Church (Jossey-Bass, 2007), a finalist for a Christianity Today Book of the Year Award (2008) and for a Resource of the Year Award (2008) sponsored by Outreach magazine
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I just glanced at this webinar’s handout, to decide if I want to watch it. The topics it covers remind me of the Lausanne Movement’s paper, “Wealth Creation: Biblical View and Perspectives” . The forward to their paper begins:
‘Remember the LORD your God, for it is he who gives you the ability to produce wealth’ (Deut 8:18).
“The Bible talks about wealth in three ways; one is bad and two are good. Hoarding of wealth is condemned. Sharing of wealth is encouraged. Creation of wealth is both a godly gift and a command, and there is no wealth to be shared unless it has first been created. But all too often the issue of wealth creation is misunderstood, neglected, or even rejected. The same thing applies to wealth creators.”