If we could show you how to improve summer giving in two minutes or less, would you be interested?  Every church leader will tell you that summer giving is always a challenge.  Historically it has always been the most challenging time of the year for giving.  Our team at Gyve decided to help you do something to improve summer giving.

We are giving away for free an ebook entitled, “The 16 Offerings of Summer.”  Our Writer in Residence, Mark Brooks, The Stewardship Coach, wrote the book.  Mark has been one of the leading writers of offering talks, and in “The 16 Offerings of Summer,” he gives secrets in how to improve your offering time.  Then he provides an offering talk for every Sunday from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Here is the opening statement from, “The 16 Offerings of Summer,”

“The single most important thing you can do to increase giving at your church is to change how you take up your offerings.  This has never been more important as we enter into what historically for the Church has been its most challenging time financially.  The last thing we need as we adapt to COVID19 is for our giving to decline further.  This paper is designed to help you avoid the typical summer slump in giving.”

“The 16 Offerings of Summer,” provides you with an offering talk for each of the 16 weekends of summer.  These talks will help you,

  • Inform your donors of what you are doing in missions and ministry.
  • Inspire them by what you are doing so that you can,
  • Encourage them to generously give to help make a difference.
  • And, most importantly, you want to thank them for their generosity.

Each week’s talk will help you craft a compelling story of how a dollar given to your church goes to change the world!  Helping your attendees and members see the impact of generosity will increase their generosity.   In two minutes or less, you can cast a vision for the offering that will increase giving.  Our free ebook, “The 16 Offerings of Summer,” will help you increase giving.

As we enter into summertime, now more than ever, you need to make the offering time a thought-out part of the service, much the same as the sermon and other aspects of worship.  A well-planned offering appeal will result in maximized donations.  Spend some time weekly thinking about new and creative ways to improve your offering times.  By working hard to make the offering special, your offering will be fuller!

Click on this link to begin the process for a free copy of, The 16 Offerings of Summer Book

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