In the Know LIVE

In the Know LIVE Webinar
June 2, 2016
2:00 – 2:30 PM EST


Topic: The Economy and the Church
How has the lagging economy, low interest rates on saving accounts, and more stringent regulations on borrowing impacted the local church – and the more specifically, how has such impacted the revenue for local churches?  Further, it seems that the methods for giving have changed significantly within the last couple of years with more individuals, and particularly Millennials, giving to “causes” with measurable impacts, rather than giving generally to tithes and offerings.  According to a recent report, by 2050 Americans will only be giving 1% of their income to churches.  How does this affect the future of the Church and how should the Church plan for these changes going forward?  To answer these questions and more, join us Thursday, June 2nd for a 30-minute IN THE KNOW LIVE webinar featuring the Benefits Board’s President and CEO, Arthur D. Rhodes.

Space is limited. To reserve your spot, simply click on the following link https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7199790529535822849 and follow the instructions for registration.  Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email containing the access information.

Any specific questions you would like addressed during the webinar can be sent to webinar@benefitsboard.com prior to the event.

For more information, please visit http://www.benefitsboard.com.

About benefitsboard

Art Rhodes is the President and CEO of the Church of God Benefits Board, Inc. - the administrator of the Ministers' Retirement Plan and the Church Loan Fund, Inc. The corporate offices of the Benefits Board are in Cleveland, TN.
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