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Will God Provide for You and Your Family

Mars, Venus, and “Investing” I was recently reminded of the book, “Warren Buffett Invests Like A Girl.” Seeing the title again made me laugh, especially as I considered how the author, Louann Lofton, cornered Buffett at one of his annual shareholders meeting where he supposedly “confessed.” The book highlights how women have a steadfastness and […]

The Generosity Pivot

Get the free download Jack Alexander’s white paper, The Generosity Pivot: Why the Church Must Change Its Approach to Generosity and Stewardship and join the conversation! We have an extraordinary opportunity to lead the Church in a richer vision of generosity and stewardship, to pivot away from a narrow financial focus toward a relational, loving expression of […]

The Father Factor

The statistics are well known. One out of three children do not have a father at home. Poverty, incarceration, education, obesity and other “bad factors” are too often the outcomes of fatherless homes. I remember sitting in church listening to my pastor talk about the spouses that he prayed for for each of his children. One […]

Redefining Stewardship

The definition of stewardship that we use at Reimagine is: Trusting in the promises of God, to deploy the gifts and resources of God, to accomplish the mission of God for the glory of God. I want to share with you the thinking behind our definition. Stewardship, at its foundation, is trusting in God to […]

When Does Faith Intersect Practice?

I know a lot. I can recite the books of the Bible. I know whole passages of Scripture. I know rules of grammar and how to make an incredible Italian Cream Cake. I even know how to make healthy choices in food and exercise (though knowing it doesn’t mean I do it). Can you relate? […]

When Little Becomes Much

I confess, sometimes I feel anemic. I read about Moses, Joshua, or Isaiah, and the God that showered plagues on Pharaoh can seem far away. I want to be an instrument of God’s power, but sometimes when I rub up against the brokenness of this world, my offering just seems too small. I know I […]