4 Options For Where Your Collectibles Will End Up
What do you do with a classic car as part of your estate? The Do-Nothing approach, of course, is the worst option,…
16 Ideas for How to Give Away $100
I’ve got an unusual challenge for you: pick a day and give away $100 in cash. I call it the “Give a…
5 Keys to a Great Family Giving Experience with Young Adults
It’s not uncommon for families to ask me, “How should we give together?” In most of those cases, they are starting with…
Where is the Capital Gains Tax Going?
President Biden calls his new spending plan the American Families Plan. As part of funding that plan he wants to double the…
Do I Give Now or Do I Save to Give Later?
Should I be giving now or is it OK to give later? During the crush of the pandemic, there was a heartfelt…
Consider These Unique 2020 Year-End Giving Opportunities
As year end approaches, nonprofits need strong support to continue their missions. Consider several unique 2020 giving opportunities to help boost your…
Ministry Overhead: Funding the Engine for Growth
It’s time for a fresh look at funding for ministry overhead. Recently, I got an email from Ministry Watch listing the top…
Let’s Stop Doing Grants—A Better Approach to Funding
No more grants? Let me explain. So often we think about grants as a gift to a specific nonprofit, and nonprofits tend…
2021, Year of Business Sales and Charitable Giving?
2021 may see a big rise in business sales. And those business sales could produce unprecedented levels of charitable giving.
Why I Think Everyone Should Have a Foundation
Most think foundations are for rich people, but I really do believe that foundations are for everyone.
Endowment is a four-letter word?!
The Christian world generally shuns endowments. But why? Do endowments indicate a lack of faith in God’s future provision?
30 Days of Giving: Practice Everyday Generosity
I challenged a group to 30 days of giving. Then I realized I didn’t have any plan for 30-days worth of generosity….