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Money and Faith in Hard Times

Many faith communities face difficult financial circumstances in even the best of times. When the general economy is down, more churches feel the pinch, and those already on the edge can be pushed over the cliff. This resource contains articles, reflections, and audio and video files addressing the issues of faith community entrepreneurialism, the use of grants for temporary funding, effective fundraising during times of economic hardship, how to teach and preach about the economy and personal financial habits, and how to provide faithful and responsible financial leadership. In a free article on the website of Faith & Leadership, an offering of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity, William G. Enright discusses money and faith.




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