We partner with churches, seminaries, and faith-based organizations to offer formative (and fun) financial education and vocational formation workshops to help get your community talking about money and stewardship in a healthy and holistic way. We invite you to browse our general offering below or connect with us to design a workshop experience unique to your ministry setting.
A crash course on the basics of financial literacy. Topics covered include budgeting, credit, debt, giving, investing, and retirement (90 min).
Optional Add-on: Moneyology: Uncovering Your Theology of Money.
Best For: Seminary Students, Small Groups, Formation Groups, Churches, Nonprofits.
Giving is down. Expenses are up. Sound familiar? This workshop helps you and your leadership team think holistically about generosity, stewardship, and sustainability (2-3 hours).
Best For: Church Leadership, Nonprofit Leadership, Development Teams.
A workshop for faith leaders to explore their theological and spiritual understandings on money, generosity, and stewardship (90 min).
Best For: Seminary Students, Seminary Faculty/Staff, Church Leadership, Nonprofit Leadership.
In his book, "Let Your Life Speak," Parker Palmer writes that we "are trained away from true self toward images of acceptability." The first step in discovering God's call in our lives is to shed the false identities that are not allowing us to be our fully God-created self. This discernment workshop helps participants think holistically about identity and purpose (90 min).
Best For: Seminary Students, Young Adults, Small Groups, Formation Groups.
You can't talk about justice without addressing economics. This workshop helps your community think about ways they can begin to challenge injustice and inequity through your organization (90 min).
Best For: Leadership Teams, Churches, Nonprofits.
Raising money isn't always the answer to furthering your goals. This workshops helps participants think holistically about the resources and assets available to them within their own community (90 min).
Best For: Leadership Teams, Community Organizers, Nonprofits.