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 […]

How Do You Fight Spring Fever?

Spring is one of my favorite times of the year. Following Easter, creation itself seems to reflect and celebrate the resurrection as the temperature rises, the trees and flowers bloom, and the birds sing their praises to God. The celebration of spring is so engaging that even die-hard homebodies have been known to venture outside […]

Essence Giving

When I was in 4th grade, my mom stayed home from work sick one day. I remember sitting in class wanting to do something to make her feel better. I came up with the idea of giving her flowers. As soon as the bell rang, I rode my bike as quickly as I could to […]