Raising Up Good Stewards - Joseph William Black
Imagine if you could:
- Increase church giving with integrity
- Support your family and the needy
- Restore the church’s witness and credibility in corrupt contexts
Solving the money problems in your church doesn’t require outside donors or unethical shortcuts. Learn practical and proven truths from God’s people – in the Bible, church history, and in today’s churches in Africa. As we become good stewards using what Jesus has entrusted to us, he will use us to bless our world.
The most heart-searching insights on the stewardship of money that I have ever read.
Rev. Dr. Oliver Kisaka Simiyu, Managing Director of CORAT Africa
Author of The Grace of Giving, and formerly with the National Council of Churches of Kenya
Christian generosity is so strategic – God has already given his people more than enough to resource his kingdom. I highly recommend this fresh, culturally relevant book as a key to mobilizing those resources.
Robert Collins, CFA, Global Managing Director of TrustBridge Global, formerly with the National Christian Foundation and Goldman Sachs Asset Management
This book is a must read – and a must do – for pastors and other ministry leaders!
Dr. Hannes van der Walt, Projects Manager for the Association of Christian Religious Practitioners, South Africa
About the Author
Rev. Dr. Joseph William Black is a church historian. He has trained church leaders in Africa since 2000, pastoring the largest English church in Ethiopia and lecturing at St Paul’s University, Kenya. He holds degrees from Duke, Gordon – Cornwell and Cambridge.