A few years ago, I wrote about counting money as a youth minister, but I felt it was time for a follow-up. Other than the people who handle offerings, it is quite possible that a youth minister handles the most money within a church. Between retreats, mission trips, pizza parties, and much more, students and parents … Continue reading Handling Money in Youth Ministry
Next up in the "Things You Don't Learn in Bible College" series – Counting Money. Sure, we do it all the time in ministry, but I don't remember learning exactly how to do it in school.
Are you really wanting to attend a Bible college, but finances are standing in the way? I know what you mean. Public/state universities are expensive enough, and most private schools are even more of a strain on the bank account. If you are looking for some extra help, I wanted to pass along 2 scholarship … Continue reading YM Resource – Bible College Scholarships
The following is a letter I sent out to my financial supporters on January 26, 2009, informing them that their commitment time is up. Dear Friends and Family, I first want to thank you so much for your continued support of the ministry in New England. Your prayers, finances, and kind words mean so much. … Continue reading To My Financial Supporters
Over the past year, as our economy has been going "downhill," I've often asked myself, "What does this have to do with me?" As I sit here listening to our new President, Barak Obama, speak to Elkhart, IN, and the entire country about his plan for the economy, I can't help but ask myself this … Continue reading The Economy and Me