Saving Grace: Now Available!
Saving Grace: A Guide to Financial Well-Being is now available for purchase at cokesbury.com! The Clergy Financial Well-Being Initiative is excited to help bring this new money management resource to clergy and congregations.
“United Methodist congregations are better able to support mission and ministry when their pastors and church members have a healthy relationship with money,” explained Dale Jones, managing director-Church Relations and the project director of the Initiative.
Saving Grace helps clergy and their congregations put Wesleyan teachings into practice as they move toward reaching their financial goals. The six-week program includes videos, participant workbooks, a leader guide and devotional materials that align with discussion topics. Additional materials that cover matters specific to clergy finances are also available. The course was designed to help individuals feel more comfortable talking about money—whether it be with pastors, friends or family members.
Webinar: Saving Grace: Why Your Church Needs It! — On November 12, Ken Sloane, Director of Stewardship and Generosity for Discipleship Ministries, will join Rev. Tom Berlin, author and co-host of the Saving Grace curriculum, for a webinar to discuss the program and provide insight as to how it will be useful for your local clergy and congregations.