Children's Ministry
Plan a Ministry Budget that Works
Develop an effective budget that will help your children's ministry flourish.
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Overview

Preparing a budget can seem intimidating. How do you know how much you'll need tomorrow before tomorrow happens? But making plans—including spending plans—serves an important role in ministry. Planning gives you confidence, direction, and ease of mind. It gives you a track that, if followed, will lead you to your goals.

This tool is adapted from "Beating the Budget Blues," a PromiseLand Conference workshop by Dave Cimo. PromiseLand is a ministry of the Willow Creek Association.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Manage Money to Meet Your Goals
Focusing on your goals focuses your resources on achieving them.

Ministry Goals Worksheet
Strategy steps and resources needed.

When the Budget Is Cut
Nobody panic. Reasonable steps can be taken to ensure continued ministry.


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Topics:Budget, Children's ministry, Expenses, Finances, Planning, Stewardship
Filters:Children's ministry, Children's pastor, Church board, Elder, Pastor
References:Matthew 7:24-27, Luke 8:1-3, James 1:17
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