Today, generosity is one of the most pressing and important issues facing church leaders, particularly in light of the challenges the past year has presented.
When we combine the needs of a growing ministry and restrictions on worship attendance, with the unprecedented social ills of this world, we realize that only the Church has been equipped by God to provide answers that are genuine and eternal. For the Church to maximize its outreach, discipleship, and social justice impacts, increased generosity is a must!
If not the church, who will stand in the gap for the lost, the marginalized, the orphans, the widows, and the hurting? If we are to embrace the difference-making role that Jesus intends for His disciples, generosity becomes mission-critical to our ministry future.
Kardia coaches churches of all sizes and evangelical backgrounds. Currently, we have projects in play with Assemblies of God, Covenant, Converge, Evangelical Free, Independent Charismatic, Lutheran, Methodist, Non-Denom, Pentecostal, Presbyterian, Southern Baptist, Christian Churches and more. In terms of size, our churches generally fall between $250,000 to $40,000,000 in annual income.
Does generosity really matter and are there strategies that can make a difference? Absolutely! Ask a church in:
The results are proven, the stories are real, and the expanded ministry capacity in each setting is already making an undeniable Kingdom impact, all for the glory of God!
Kardia's passion for generosity culture-building has been influenced in part by leaders like John Maxwell, Ray Johnston, Don Wilson, Francis Chan, Franklin Graham, Louie Giglio, Shelton Sanford and others. That passion is rooted in the belief that we’ve been created to be difference makers in the world, for God’s renown. Most of the pressing needs in the world today could be met, in Jesus’ name, if… Christ-followers lived generously with all their resources.