Monthly Archives: December 2014

Your responses to “what to do with one million dollars”

Thanks to everyone who responded to my first question on this blog, either here or on my Facebook page. I shouldn’t have been too surprised at how generous the instincts of most of my guest posters were. After all, most … Continue reading

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Your turn: what would you do with One MILLION Dollars?

What is so resonant (and funny) about a million dollars? I used to open many of my presentations on non-profit fund-raising with a riff on the old Steve Martin Saturday Night Live monologue about how you could make a million … Continue reading

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Surviving the Famine Years (continued)

(Continued from here.) I decided to name this blog after the story in Genesis 47 because it is instructive in a way that we don’t often consider, in our efforts to turn years of plenty into futures of plenty.    Pharaoh … Continue reading

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Surviving the Famine Years …

After a year of thinking about it, I’ve decided to name this blog Pharaoh’s Dream. The purpose of this blog is to talk primarily and specifically about church finance, but also about non-profit finance in general. My primary intended audience is … Continue reading

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