Backyard Church
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Backyard Church

How Churches Really Spend Their Money

The intersection between faith and finance

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According the the National Study of Congregations’ Economic Practices, almost one third of all charitable giving in the U.S.A. is directed to church congregations in the form of donations, tithes and offerings. Despite the large amount of money entrusted to churches by individual givers, very little was known about their…

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