A seminar to awaken the spirit of generosity in your church!
Cultivating generous congregations is a two-day interactive seminar, demonstrating how pastors and ministry leaders can unearth and energize congregational generosity by exploring the significant and necessary steps to creating lasting cultural change within a congregation.
This course is intended for those who:
- Believe in their congregation’s capacity for greater generosity;
- Have a desire to become more comfortable talking, preaching and teaching about money;
- Are willing to redefine and expand the channels through which giving can take place in their congregation; and
- Understand that money and giving are important aspects of discipleship and pastoral care.
Your host: Mitch Stutzman, Everence® Stewardship Consultant
Beryl Jantzi, Everence Director of Stewardship Education, has more than 20 years of pastoral experience and has served as moderator for the Virginia Mennonite Conference. He is a graduate of the University of Waterloo in Ontario with a degree in religious studies, and earned an M.Div. degree from Eastern Mennonite Seminary and a doctorate of ministry from Lancaster (Pennsylvania) Theological Seminary.
Colin Saxton, Everence Stewardship Consultant has served as a Quaker pastor, superintendent of Northwest Yearly Meeting of Friends and General Secretary of Friends United Meeting. He earned a B.A. from Portland State University, an M.A. from Eastern Mennonite Seminary and a D.Min. in leadership and spiritual formation from George Fox Evangelical Seminary.