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Church Cash Reserves – How Much Is Enough?

By November 17, 2017 No Comments

How much cash should our church have set aside in reserve?

If you’ve ever been guilty of asking this question (and you should be!), you’ll love this short blog from our friends at ECFA (Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability).

Get your FREE eBook – 9 Essentials of Church Cash Reserves

3 Easy Steps:

1) Connect to ChurchEXCEL.org – ECFA’s new FREE resource community to help manage your church’s finances with excellence.
2) Sign in and click the “eBooks” icon.
3) Download “9 Essentials of Church Cash Reserves.”

Any questions? Email Tracy@ECFA.org.

 

 

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Warren Bird

Author Warren Bird

Warren Bird, Ph.D. has been named a Leadership Network Senior Fellow in light of his exemplary service 2006-2018 as Director of Research and Intellectual Capital Development at Leadership Network. He serves as full-time VP of Research for ECFA.org (Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability). An ordained minister with background as both a pastor and seminary professor, Warren is an award-winning author or co-author of 31 books for ministry leaders including Hero Maker with Dave Ferguson, How to Break Church Growth Barriers with Carl George, and Next: Pastoral Succession that Works with William Vanderbloemen. Other recent titles are Better Together: Making Church Mergers Work with Jim Tomberlin, and Wisdom from Lyle E. Schaller. Some of Warren’s recent online reports include "Leadership Network/Generis Multisite Church Scorecard," and "The Heartbeat of Rising Influence Churches." See also research reports at leadnet.org/megachurchleadnet.org/salary and leadnet.org/portable. He is widely recognized as one of the nation's leading researchers of megachurches, multisite churches, large church compensation and high-visibility pastoral succession. He also oversees the world's only active, sortable list of global megachurches. Follow him on Twitter @warrenbird.  Click here to subscribe to Leadership Network Advance to get updates from Leadership Network.

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