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February 24, 2009

Generosity

Filed under: Uncategorized — Neil @ 8:55 am

In these difficult economic times generosity is incredibly valuable.  Everone is seemingly terrified by the state of the economy.  When an organization or individual is generous w/ their resources it stands out.

2 great examples of generosity are:

  • Lifechurch.tv – An incredible church that gives away just about everything.
    • You Version, an online Bible that has great social networking tools built in.  I find myself using the You Version iPhone App on a regular basis.  I use it to read Scripture, youth devotions/Bible studies, as my Bible in worship services (no, I’m not texting during worship service to those of you who have given me the “I can’t believe our youth minister is texting in churc look”).
    • Open – they give away small group curriculum, sermon series, youth ministry series, children’s ministry series; I think this in a future this type of sharing between churches is what denominations/associations will look like.
    • Church Metrics – a free tool they developed that allows churches to track attendance, giving, salvations, & baptisms.
  • Google – Yes, I know Google exist to make a profit, but there “free” apps are amazing
    • Google Calendar – we (Parkway) is using Google Calendar for our church calendar on the soon to be revealed new pbcclinton.org
    • Google Maps – I honestly don’t know how people found stuff before Google Maps.  Have you checked the ocean view in Google Earth

How can you/your organization be generous with your resources?

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