First Christian Chuch of Bowling Green, KY, has a successful track record in growing endowment funds through legacy gifts and using that income to enhance the church's ministries throughout the community and into the world. The video below helps the congregation interpret how its endowment is used to impact lives.
Here is the video used during the presentation of Sandy Springs Christian Church as the 2013 recipient of the James P. Johnson Stewardship Award during the Foundation's dinner at the General Assembly. Here is an earlier vdeo about the congregation's Fellowship of Legacy Builders program.
Marilyn Fiddmont, vice president of the Foundation's Southwest Zone, provides a communion meditation:
A communion meditation by Darwin Collins, vice president of the Foundation's Great Lakes Zone:
Mountain West Zone Vice President Jerry Lang offers a communion meditation:
A communion meditation by Bobby Hawley, vice president of the Foundation's South Central Zone:
A communion meditation by Kirby Hughes Gould, vice president of the Foundation's North Central Zone:
A discussion about estate planning basics with Kirby Hughes Gould:
Bobby Hawley discusses life-income gifts:
Randy Johnson shares his views on how a congregation's vision and dream of ministry can inspire major end-of-life gifts that can enhance the church's witness and ministry.