Finance

By Tim Lawrence · July 10, 2017
Managing risk in preparation for a church's loan approval takes savvy and careful planning.

Deborah Ike · March 31, 2016
As churches conduct more banking transactions online, more than ever we need to be aware of the potential vulnerability of our church’s financial data and accounts.

WFM Staff · July 09, 2015
The Rhythm of the Future is the theme at The Church Network's (fomerly NACBA) 59th National Conference to be held in the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville, TN.

Deborah Ike · July 02, 2015
To help break up what can be an overwhelming effort, we’ve broken down the process into three key steps. Following these steps will ensure you've taken time to arrive at the best decision for your church.

Deborah Ike · May 31, 2015
Budgeting is considered a necessary and sometimes frustrating process. Here is a plan to be more effective in creating the guardrails for your ministry.

Deborah Ike · February 23, 2015
How to select a ChMS that’s right for your church.

WFM Staff · December 22, 2014
Foundation Capital Resources was created with a unique purpose—to help build the Kingdom by providing mortgage financing to churches and ministries.

WFM Staff · October 16, 2014
Is your church running out of space? Are you considering expanded times of activity and shared community spaces for your facility? Unsure of how to best fund the acquisition of land or buildings, or how to finance an expansion or construction of your facilities? These sessions taught by church leaders and industry experts will lend insight into complex issues encountered by growing churches.

October 13, 2014
Identify your religious institution's borrowing capacity. Learn to develop a comprehensive plan for financing your land and buildings. Learn about common loan products and loan covenants for construction and term financing. Understand the loan approval process as well as current financing products.

October 13, 2014
To recognize that the church’s vision should be the starting point and standard for the Master Plan. To learn how Master Plan informs initial, as well as long term, ministry utilization. To become aware of the tools and resources necessary to develop a meaningful and successful Master Plan. To learn how to ensure that the Master Plan becomes a tool for communication, consensus and enthusiasm with the congregation.