According to a report shared by CNBC in August 2018, the average adult (Generation Z through Baby Boomers) has $38,000 in personal debt. Credit cards and mortgages were cited as the most common sources of debt. If individuals have high debts, how many leaders (even ministry leaders) how much debt does the average church carry?
Money matters can be considered a “hard conversation” that many attempt to avoid. Dr. Godfrey Ekhomu has been invited back for Financial Intelligence: Part 2. If you missed Part 1, you certainly want to attend this month’s gathering. April 27 is going to have a dual impact on your financial life: personal finance and ministry finance. In addition to Dr. Ekhomu’s teachings on finances, MOFN is offering an added bonus for this month! Brother James Green of Thrivent Financial will be with us for this month’s gathering. Thrivent focuses on creating Financial Solutions that Fit Your Ministry for Over A Century – “Choice Dollars”, “Church Financing”, “Action Teams”. James Green will share how Thrivent can help pastors and ministry leaders in three key financial areas of moving a vision forward:
Charitable outreach funds
Support with fund-raising, service activity or educational event
Don’t miss this “dynamic duo” day – Saturday, April 27, 2019!
— with DrGodfrey Ekhomu.