Who’s in Charge Here? A Case for a Positive Agenda for Affluence
22nd Edition, October 2012
- An analysis of church giving patterns in the U.S. updated through 2010, based on aggregated congregational reports.
- An original survey of denominations’ overseas missions income, 2003–2010.
- An updated review of giving potential of church members in the U.S., including all church members, and for various church populations.
- An analysis of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Consumer Expenditure Survey 2010, cash contributions to charitable causes.
- A discussion of Matthew 6:24: the implications for church leaders and members of the choice between God and Money, and an exploration of a positive agenda for affluence.
- Church Member Giving, 1968–2010
- Church Member Giving for 41 Denominations, 2009 to 2010
- Church Member Giving in Denominations Defined by Organizational Affiliation, 1968, 1985, and 2010
- Church member Giving and Membership in 11 Denominations, 1921–2010
- Church Member Giving and Membership Trends Based on 1968–2010 Data
- The Potential of the Church
- Why and How Do Americans Give?
- Who’s in Charge Here? A Case for a Positive Agenda for Affluence
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