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Baker Books Maximize: How to Develop Extravagant Givers in Your Church - eBook

Maximize is the ultimate how-to book for pastors and church leaders who long for their churches to be fully resourced to carry out ministry initiatives without financial strain. Pastor Nelson Searcy provides an innovative, step-by-step plan for turning first-time givers into extravagant stewards of God's resources.

Shining a light on the often taboo subject of money, Maximize will explore what causes someone to give for the first time and what leaders can do to systemize and maximize these gifts while growing strong disciples. Readers will learn how to -cultivate first-time givers -motivate people to tithe -develop an ongoing stewardship system -follow up with givers the right way -develop multiple giving options -shepherd the five types of givers in the church -educate people to grow in the grace of giving Stewardship is an essential part of discipleship. This revolutionary yet biblically based guide will chase the money discussion out of the darkness and bring it the attention it deserves.
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A GOOD RESOURCE FOR STEWARDSHIP DEVELOPMENT

Date:March 1, 2012
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This is a sound and practical how-to book very well designed to help pastors and congregations to be fully resourced and able to carry out ministry initiatives without financial strains. It is based on the assumption of a stewardship intentional development process, not a reactive stewardship campaign, in order to help the local church to do the work that God called it to do. I suggest this reading for pastors and leaders, and ministry students in Seminary context.
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