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Podcast: Episode 11-Winning in Marriage and Money, Art Rainer

In this episode of the Generosity Podcast, Todd McMichen is joined by Art Rainer, author of The Marriage Challenge, and former executive pastor. During their conversation, they discuss why it is important for married couples to be on the same page financially. Best Quotes “70% of married couples say they argue about finances.” “57% of […]
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Good, Great, and Anointed!

The Lord has blessed me with having been in and out of scores of churches through decades of ministry. I have been honored to personally experience the depth, breadth, and width of the many expressions of the kingdom. I have seen the inspiring and the troubling. Many of the churches that contact me regarding financial […]
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VLOG: Pressure to Passion

Exchange Pressure for Passion I want to take a moment and help us uncover our motives when it comes to money at church. I have been in the generosity space for 2 decades. I have listened to a lot of pastors as they seek to address whatever resource challenges or opportunities they may face, and […]
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Two Generosity Dreams Every Pastor Needs

Here is an important question every pastor needs to answer. What is driving your passion for increased giving? Most pastors desire increased generosity. Often times, it can be motivated by the simple relief of a profound financial challenge. Other times, it is driven to solve a financial opportunity that is right around the corner. Many […]
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Podcast: Episode 9- Raising Generous Kids in a Selfie World

In this episode of the Generosity Podcast, Todd McMichen is joined by Drew Formsma, author of Everyday Generosity. During their conversation, they discuss how and why parents should teach their kids about generosity. Best Quotes “We really worked this together to help define and discover and demonstrate the ins and outs of generosity.” “It is […]
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Top 10 Myths Of A Generous Church

I constantly hear pastors bemoan why their church is not more generous. “Our people just don’t give enough” or “We aren’t a rich church”  or “We are just a small church” are the most common replies I encounter. It is so easy for expansive generosity to be considered an experience for someone else. Before you […]
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