As we look back on the crises in the Bible, we are reminded that “these things happened to them as an example, but they were written down for our instruction.” (1 Corinthians 10:11)
The data is clear. Americans give more in December than any other time of year. Among them, Christians give the most.
In 2016, the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in America established the PCA Unity Fund to help more minority candidates get started on their journey to becoming teaching elders.
Every vocation is unique, presenting opportunities to serve our neighbor as well as potential obstacles to our growth as Christ’s disciples. The world of finance is no exception.
Troy and Jason have a passion for sharing generosity as an attribute of God and have learned how to navigate and discuss the often tricky issue of asking for money.
The foundation is able to facilitate more types of gifts than a local church and provide church members a donor-advised fund to simplify their charitable giving.
Giving, it turns out, is everything. It is an act of grace woven into our world and money is just a small part of it.
How can Bob and Susan continue to be generous and maximize the tax advantages of their charitable contributions? By “bunching” their charitable giving.
Randy Stair, President of the PCA Foundation, announces retirement after two decades of service.
As a pastor in a financially affluent community, here are four concerns I have shared with materially rich Christians.