Successful Church Fund-Raising: Capital Campaigns You Can Do Yourself

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God is blessing many churches today with exponential growth and great opportunity for ministry in their community. However, many churches have inadequate facilities or feel the crunch of overcrowding and are without the immediate resources for expansion. This book, written from someone with the heart for the church and who had the joy of seeing his own congregation give in excess of $250 million over 30 years, will equip a church of any size with the knowledge to conduct—from beginning to end—a full capital ...

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Overview

God is blessing many churches today with exponential growth and great opportunity for ministry in their community. However, many churches have inadequate facilities or feel the crunch of overcrowding and are without the immediate resources for expansion. This book, written from someone with the heart for the church and who had the joy of seeing his own congregation give in excess of $250 million over 30 years, will equip a church of any size with the knowledge to conduct—from beginning to end—a full capital campaign.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780805424959
  • Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 4/28/2002
  • Pages: 130
  • Sales rank: 1,410,127
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword ix
Introduction 1
1 The Joy of Giving to the Kingdom 2
2 You Can Be Your Own Fund-raiser 6
3 A Time to Build 8
4 Determining the Success of Your Campaign 15
5 How Much Will the People Pledge? 18
6 Borrowing and Pledging 24
7 Steps to the Successful Campaign 27
8 Principles of Motivation 31
9 Point of the Program 33
10 Organizing the Campaign 35
11 The Prayer Committee 37
12 The Publicity Committee 41
13 The Telephone Committee 45
14 The Invitation Committee 51
15 The Banquet Committee 56
16 The Children's Committee 62
17 The Transportation-Parking-Greeters Committee 64
18 The Host and Hostess Committee 67
19 Conducting the Banquet 69
20 The Tally Committee 78
21 The Follow-Up Committee 80
22 Things Not to Do 83
23 Countdown Calendar 88
24 Special Forms 91
25 Stewardship Sermon 1--"The One Minute Manager" 94
26 Stewardship Sermon 2--"A Pastor's Testimony" 97
27 Stewardship Sermon 3--"Five Principles of Prosperity" 101
28 Motivational Sermon 1--"We Have Come This Far By Faith" 105
29 Motivational Sermon 2--"We Are Driven" 112
30 Motivational Sermon 3--"Winning the Day" 115
31 Sunday School Lesson Outline 1--"Why Should a Christian Tithe?" 118
32 Sunday School Lesson Outline 2--"How Do We Honor God by Helping Others?" 120
Appendix Journey to Tomorrow: Our Next Step 125
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