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[Free eBook] Seven Pre-Written Giving Scripts Blog Feature
Samantha Decker

By: Samantha Decker on October 24th, 2017

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[Free eBook] Seven Pre-Written Giving Scripts

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When it comes to ministry, almost everybody wants more resources to reach more people, but hardly anybody is thinking about how to make that a reality. Plus, talking about money can just be really hard.

But, giving scripts are short explanations of how the offering works, plus a call-to-action. They are intentional moments in your church service, and we've already done lots of the hard work for you and created seven scripts for you to use.

LandingPageInsetImage-7GivingScripts.pngWe believe that taking a little time to talk about giving (and online giving) in your church service will help connect the dots between generosity and your church's mission!

Each script has a different feel and angel so you can use the script(s) that are most appropriate for your church :

  • Giving as An Act of Trust
  • Consumer to Contributor
  • Joy in Generosity
  • Much Has Been Given to You
  • God Loves a Cheerful Giver
  • Summertime Stewardship
  • Giving as An Expression of Gratitude

Taking a little time to plan each month will go a long way, and we truly hope this resource is helpful for you.

Click the button below to get access to your free eBook and get started with creating an intentional time during your worship services.

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About Samantha Decker

As the Content Marketing Manager for Clover Sites, Samantha brings both experience and a passion to equip the local church by providing resources to help them live out their mission for the sake of the Gospel. As a former Church Communications Director, she understands the ins and outs of church communications, and is always up for some (good) coffee and conversation. Samantha enjoys living in Oklahoma City with her husband, Dustin, and their son, Eli.

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