The Generosity Challenge

28 Days of Gratitude, Prayer, and Faith

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The Generosity Challenge
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Published August 2019

We are born in the image of a loving and generous God; we are born to be generous. In this 4-week group study, those seeking to live a more generous life will be exposed to and inspired by cultural, generational, and family attitudes towards generosity. Aimed at those who are regularly in the pews, but who have not yet committed to financial giving, the study offers a weekly reading, accompanied by seven days of challenges in the forms of self-assessment, journaling, and prayer, as well as leader helps to facilitate the group experience. After 28 days, readers will be encouraged to embrace the life-giving journey toward generosity and provided a road map on how to get there.

Additional resources include a 4-session DVD to spark discussion within the small group.

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About the Authors

Scott McKenzie

Dr. McKenzie passionately believes generosity is ultimately a question of faith development and discipleship.  He is a Sr. Vice President and Partner with Horizons Stewardship As a national workshop leader and conference speaker, he teaches generosity  as “grounded in gratitude, revealed in prayer and lived in faith.”  He holds degrees from Messiah College and United Theological Seminary.  His Ph.D. is in spiritual formation from Duquesne University.  He lives in York, Pennsylvania.  Scott is the co-author of Climb Higher: Reaching New Heights in Giving and Discipleship and Bounty: Ten Ways to Increase Giving at Your Church.  Scott  is the author of Generosity Rising: Lead a Stewardship Revolution in Your Church.  He is co-author of the soon to be released book, Generosity Challenge.  

Kristine Miller

Kristine Miller, CFRE, Ministry Strategist with Horizons Stewardship, has assisted churches and nonprofits in fulfilling their visions for ministry for over fifteen years. Ms. Miller was the Director of Stewardship and Planned Giving for the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan and a Senior Vice President with a national stewardship consulting firm. Having worked with hundreds of clients across the country, Ms. Miller has become a nationally-recognized expert in the field of nonprofit organizational leadership and development. Ms. Miller is a prolific writer and frequently been a top-rated speaker at conferences and other events.

A native of Ohio, she did her undergraduate work in Business Administration at the Ohio State University and received her M.B.A. from Northern Illinois University.