Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Stewardship Campaign Education Adult Bible Fellowship Classes

Similar presentations

Presentation on theme: "Stewardship Campaign Education Adult Bible Fellowship Classes"— Presentation transcript:

1 Stewardship Campaign Education Adult Bible Fellowship Classes
March 20 & 27, 2011

2 The Treasure Principle
“You can’t take it with you – but you can send it on ahead.” Discovering the Secret of Joyful Giving By Randy Alcorn

3 Treasure Principle Key #1
Psalm 24:1 – “The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it.” God owns everything. I’m His money manager.

4 Treasure Principle Key #2
Matthew 6:21 – “Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” My heart always goes where I put God’s money

5 Treasure Principle Key #3
Philippians 3:20 – “But our citizenship is in heaven. And we eagerly await a Savior from there, the Lord Jesus Christ.” Heaven, not earth, is my home

6 Treasure Principle Key #4
Proverbs 3:9 says “Honor the Lord with your wealth, with the first fruits of all your crops.” God’s children give to Him first, not last. Giving is the only antidote to materialism It is much easier to live on 90%, 50% or 10% of your income inside the will of God than it is to live on 100% outside of it.

7 Treasure Principle Key #5
God prospers me not to raise my standard of living, but to raise my standard of giving

8 Why Have a Stewardship Campaign?
Opportunity for us to grow toward an attitude of worship, generosity and selfless sacrifice Our goal is to learn to trust God as we grow in our faith and dependence on Him Recognize that everything we have belongs to God

9 Faith & Love Beyond Ourselves Total Funding Goal: $2.3 Million
Ministry Center Global Outreach Team Farm Drive Neighborhood Center

10 Ministry Center Initiatives Funding Goal: $1,835,000
First Impression Projects • Update Lobby • Refinish Corridors • Replace and Add Exterior Signage • Install Interior Signage Worship Center Projects • Replace Seating • Build Worship Rooms for Parents with Infants • Upgrade Audio and Video Equipment • Optimize Lighting • Refinish Worship Center Walls Infrastructure Projects • Remodel Kitchen • Upgrade Electrical Service • Replace Lighting with Energy Efficient Systems • Replace HVAC System • Replace Roof • Remodel Bathrooms • Resurface Parking Lot The initiatives outlined below provide repair and replacement for areas of our church campus that are in great need, and allow for improvement opportunities to enhance community connections and building navigation. These improvements also will increase campus safety, security and efficiency throughout the facility. The Worship Center is our primary location to worship on Sunday morning. We have identified ways for people to better connect and participate in the worship services. Additionally, we simply need to replace outdated, worn out and broken items. We all know that even with proper care and maintenance, time and normal wear can take a significant toll on facilities and the supporting infrastructure. Our facility is no different. Through the following projects, we want to ensure safety, plus improve efficiencies and basic conveniences.

11 Global Outreach Team Funding Goal: $360,000
Egypt partnership team expenses for ministries Physical Needs - Medical, Family, English as a Second Language (ESL) Classes Spiritual Needs - Worship Music and Youth Vacation Bible School (VBS) Sustaining Economic Strategies - Training programs in leadership, micro-economics, sewing and crafting Church Planting JOINT initiative of New Generations/CityTeam International Train and coach people throughout Africa Enable church building opportunities Provide logistical support in the form of bicycles, motorcycles, and cell phones EFCA ReachGlobal Africa Train 100 Indigenous Master Church Planter Trainers who will then train over 1,000 national missionaries Supply initial funding to establish these missionaries as church planters Provide training in Community Health Evangelism (CHE), disciple making, leadership development in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Republic of Congo (Brazzaville), Democratic Republic of Congo, Central African Republic, and Togo The Global Outreach Team is committed to engaging Hillside to follow God’s passion for spreading His glory throughout the world - from next door, to the ends of the earth. The following strategic projects will allow us to utilize the gifts and skills of Hillside members and put them in a position to impact the world for Him.

12 Farm Drive Neighborhood Center Funding Goal: $105,000
Primary Ministry Dramatic increase in number of children, youth and adults in program Core program remains the Saturday Morning Bible Club Pre-Kinder Program Homework Tutoring for students Kindergarten – 10th grade New Opportunities CRAM (Committed, Relational, Accountable, and Motivated) Program Helps students graduate from high school and pursue higher education goals Mentoring Relationships Laptops for High School Graduates Family Wellness Classes taught by Iglesia Libre

13 Advanced Commitment Team Home Visits
Advance Commitment Teams are now meeting Contact Brian Carter if you would like to schedule a meeting

14 Hillside Celebration Dinner April 1st at 7 p. m
Hillside Celebration Dinner April 1st at 7 p.m. - Calvary Church in Los Gatos Invitations have been mailed – Did you get one? RSVP today and pick up your voucher to attend

15 Next Steps Personal Action Plan
Pray about your involvement in this campaign Consider how you can live beyond yourself Join us at the Hillside Celebration Banquet Fill-out your Commitment Card Ask Questions & Get Involved Speak with anyone on the Campaign Team Send your questions to Visit for more information - No commitments will be asked for at the Celebration Banquet

Download ppt "Stewardship Campaign Education Adult Bible Fellowship Classes"

Similar presentations

Ads by Google