The Coming Revolution In Church Economics: Why Tithes and Offerings Are No Longer Enough, and What You Can Do About It

by Mark Deymaz, Harry Li. Baker Books, October 15, 2019.



ways to thrive, including leveraging assets, blessing the community, empowering entrepreneurs, and creating multiple income streams

Recommended Audience

clergy leaders, lay leaders, congregational finance representatives


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Practical Applications

  • By reading this book, learn about the importance of leveraging existing assets and finding creative ways to utilize facilities and resources to generate income beyond the offering plate.
  • Gain understanding and new perspectives on changing generational attitudes toward giving within your congregation by reading this book, so that you can adjust your financial strategy accordingly.

About the Contributor

Karen Goley

Karen Goley uses her resource knowledge and relational style to work closely with congregations as a resource consultant and behind the scenes with our robust database of resources and doing project work.  Prior to joining the Center, Karen spent over fifteen years in the human resources field, serving nonprofit and financial services organizations in the Indianapolis area and the suburbs of Chicago.

With faith as her foundation, Karen enjoys spending quality time with her family and is a very proud Purdue University alum.  Having earned a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership and Supervision, Karen put her pride on full display by naming the family pup Mackey- after Purdue basketball’s Mackey Arena.  Boiler Up!

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