Other ways your generosity has impacted the world this year:
In just this past year, we had a total of:
A direct gift from an IRA to a charity is called a “Qualified Charitable Distribution” or QCD. This resource has been specially made for seniors who are 70 ½ or older and offers information about giving from a qualifying retirement plan and legacy giving.
A downloadable excel spreadsheet for managing personal debt. This spreadsheet is pre-formatted with Excel formulas to help make sure creating a debt reduction payment plan is simple.
Utilize this spending plan form to map out your income and expenses each month. This comprehensive tool can help serve as a guideline for your monthly financial well-being.
A guide to financial planning supported by scriptural guidance. This planning tool will help identify your current situation and establish changes you can make over the next twelve months.
It's important that you never confuse your self-worth with your net worth. In God’s eyes each one of us is of infinite worth. This form will help identify how your liabilities affect your assets to determine your earthly net worth.
There are no wrong answers! This simple quiz is designed to give you an indication of how strongly you are influenced by the following money motivations: Freedom, Security, Power, and Love.
Use these financial calculators to help get an accurate picture of how various decisions will affect your overall financial health.
This class in January 2022 helps people of faith create healthy relationships with money and bring their financial lives in line with their faith journeys.
Starting a financial plan takes careful consideration. What is motivating you and what do you hope to gain as a result? This worksheet will offer space to reflect on your goals and ultimately achieve financial freedom.
Want to know more about setting yourself up for retirement? Check out these retirement resources.
Securities Exchange for interest, savings, and retirement minimum distribution.
This page allows you to record major monthly expenses for which you typically pay for once or twice per month. Spending categories on this form include: education, mortgage/rent, utilities, insurance, etc.
Use this form to track daily variable or unplanned expenses, which can often be the hardest to control.
Often how we relate to our money and possessions is heavily influenced, positively or negatively, by our early life experiences and how money was handled in the households we grew up in. Taking time to reflect can make us aware of those influences and allow us to take steps to change any negative behaviors they may have fostered.
Thank you, God, for everything. I recognize my life is a gift from you.
As I prepare to fill out my pledge card, may this be an expression to you of my love for you, of my faith in you, of my gratitude to you.
I pray, oh God, that you would use it to make ministry possible, that others might know, love, and serve you. Guide me, I pray.
In Jesus' name,
We believe 2022 will be a remarkable year of ministry. Your giving is an expression of your faith and your love for God, and is an investment in Christ's ministry through our church. Every gift makes a difference.
Want to learn about the many ways to give to Church of the Resurrection? Email Debi Nixon, our Executive Director of Development, or read more here. To learn more about planned giving, email firstname.lastname@example.org or click here.
At the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection, our purpose is to build a Christian community where non-religious and nominally religious people are becoming deeply committed Christians. We have a vision to be used by God to change lives, strengthen churches, and transform the world. And we are on a journey to know, love and serve God.