|Tuesday, August 26, 2003 on Channel 9621
with Dick Towner,
Willow Creek Association
|Tuesday, August 26, 2003
8:30- 11 a.m.
|9:30 a.m.- noon
10:30 a.m.- 1 p. m.
|11:30 a.m.- 2 p.m.
on Channel 9621
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|Money talk. There are entire cable networks, magazines, newspapers, and websites dedicated to the discussion and dissection of money issues. Helping people with their finances is a hot topic everywhere you look except churches!
Dick Towner says its time for that to change. For more than 30 years, Dicks passion has been helping others understand and apply biblical principles of sound stewardship.
This topic of financial stewardship is one of the most intimidating, misunderstood and avoided areas in the life of believers and in our churches, but one of the most important, Dick says. Issues of stewardship are critical to the church and have huge spiritual implications for Christ-followers.
Dick refers to this as The Stewardship Dilemma and it will be his focus when CCN hosts Good Sense Stewardship on Tuesday, August 26. This live, interactive training seminar is designed to help churches and individuals better understand practical ways to become better stewards of Gods resources.
This seminar will help you:
" Explore the factors behind the stewardship dilemma
" Learn how to overcome the stewardship dilemma
" Identify and apply the foundation for a stewardship culture
" Identify the steps in implementing a financial stewardship ministry in your church
Get ready for money talk. . .from a biblical perspective.
Who Should Attend This Seminar:
" Senior pastors
" Executive pastors
" Operations and administration leaders
" Board members and trustees
" Small group leaders
Dick Towner is the Willow Creek Associations executive director for the Good Sense Stewardship Movement. He is also the primary author of the WCAs Good Sense curriculum. Prior to arriving at Willow Creek Community Church in 1992, Dick served 13 years as the minister of administration at a church in Cincinnati. He also spent 14 years in university administration. Dick serves on the board of Christian Stewardship Association and on the Presidents Council of Christian Management Association.
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