- Hillsong Says It Is Moving ForwardNew revelations will require increased accountability, but pastor wants to look to the future.
- Died: Dan Busby, Accountant Who Set Standards for Ministry FinancesHe believed “Christians should set an example of the utmost integrity.”
- Treasures in Heaven, Portfolios on EarthWhen Christian investors focus solely on avoiding unethical causes, they miss a chance to build up good corporations and ministries.
- New York City’s Largest Evangelical Church Plans Billion-Dollar DevelopmentThe Brooklyn congregation and its pastor A.R. Bernard hope the Jane Jacobs–inspired urban village will be a model for other cities.
- With an Eye to Mission and Money, More Evangelical Universities Go GreenNew financing mechanisms reduce the cost of reducing emissions.
- Willow Creek Cuts Staff Budget by $6.5 MillionDuring the pandemic, just a couple years after Bill Hybels’s resignation, attendance at the Chicago-area megachurch fell by half.
- Gordon-Conwell to Sell Main Campus, Move to BostonAfter a decade of enrollment decline, leaders began to see the seminary’s biggest financial asset as a liability. They hope relocation could be the big change they need.
- Facing Financial Challenges, TEDS Cuts Faculty PositionsThe number of full-time students at the evangelical seminary has dropped 44 percent in 20 years.
- Embezzlement Bedevils Global Church GivingExperts project fraud will cost Christian ministries $170 billion in 2050.简体中文繁體中文
- State of Giving: Pandemic Trends Defy Ministry ExpectationsCamps and conferences, a sector that had been dramatically affected by COVID-19 shutdowns, actually saw the biggest boost in funds and historic levels of support.