You have a fresh, new vision for your church. You have new ideas for reaching your community and sharing the love of Jesus. You’re ready to try new things in ministry so the Gospel can go farther.
But you’re trying to fund all of that with OLD methods. Like trying to put new wine in old wineskins, you’re trying to fund 44 ounces of ministry with a sippy cup strategy.
Here’s the bottom line: The old way of raising money is broken. The old way is broke and the new way is better. And whether you like it or not, the new rules are here to stay.
Look around and you’ll see companies holding onto the old methods gradually, or sometimes dramatically lose their influence. Borders didn’t embrace the digital revolution, so they have closed up shop. Blockbuster bucked the system embraced by Netflix or Apple, and they are picking up the pieces.
In the next couple of months, we’re going to unveil the NEW RULES for fundraising in the local church. We’re going to teach you how to cooperate with reality instead of fighting against it.
The rules of the game have changed. Are you ready to embrace them?