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By focusing on its top priorities, Mount Pisgah Church in Alpharetta, Ga., is weathering the economic downturn while continuing its global commitment to working on behalf of children, leadership development and supporting the persecuted church.
Denominations were in financial crisis even before the rest of the world was. For the past ten years congregations' income has increased, but their giving to their denominations has decreased.
Traditional Islamic lending and investing has held up well despite the current financial meltdown. Do Christians have a wise word on finance for such a time as this?
The current economic crisis is hitting Christian organizations hard. Keeping the church financially healthy while staying true to its mission requires honesty, courage and planning as well as faith.
Dealing with the global economic crisis isn’t easy for people managing the finances of small organizations. But it does offer opportunities for leadership, says Campbell R. Harvey of Duke’s Fuqua School of Business.