Home > Store > Practical Ministry Skills > Resource > Individual Handout
Practical Ministry Skills
Raising Money from Millennials

They will give generously if you approach them in the right way.
Store Code: PS127
Format: Microsoft Word Premium Content - Click for info
Type: Article

Get This Full
Training Resource
Join Now!



Church capital campaigns follow a pattern: private phase, public phase, advance-commitment night, commitment Sunday, etc. While this traditional pattern has been tested over decades, it's important to remember it was not designed by Millennials (people born roughly between 1980 and 2000). In fact, many campaigns essentially write off Millennials ...

To view this individual handout, please download the Resource, Overcoming Fundraising Challenges.



Topics:Capital campaign, Donations, Fundraising, Giving, Stewardship
Filters:Elder, Finances, Financial officer, Fundraising ministry, Pastor, Pastoral care, Treasurer
References:None

share this pageshare this page




User Reviews

Average User Rating:

Displaying 1–1 of 1 comments

PAUL BEDOGNI

September 25, 2013  1:11pm

Extremely important yet misunderstood issue

Report Abuse

Submit Your Rating and Review *

Low

High

1000 character limit

* Comments may be edited for tone and clarity.


Also of Interest
Bi-vocational Ministry
In "Bi-Vocational Ministry," you'll find articles to help you explore the advantages and challenges of employing pastors that also work outside the church.

Overcoming Fundraising Challenges
Respond to the biggest challenges in raising money with fresh insights and creative ideas to spur people to generosity.




Putting the "Fun" Back in Fundraising
Here's how to find joy while financing your trip.

Stewardship for Small Churches
Eight great stewardship ideas.


Member Center
Log in


Meet Our Editorial Advisors

More from Christianity Today