Master Resources staff consultants have guided more than 200
churches in raising significant funds for new buildings,
renovations and debt liquidation. Formed in 1990 to serve
growing churches in the Southeast, Master Resources has
developed effective, creative and well-received approaches
that churches have successfully used to acquire the
financial resources needed for capital needs. The objective
of Master Resources is first to grow churches, not just
build buildings. Specifically, every campaign is designed
church fulfill it’s God-given vision
understanding of basic Bible support for the
campaign through “40 Days of Preparation.”
atmosphere of enthusiasm and excitement for
attaining the vision
maximum financial support for achieving the vision
Pursuit of these goals
in churches produces Christian growth for individuals and
significant growth for the church.
Master Resources provides campaign leaders with both on-site
consultants and distant-directed options.
Budget Expansion Strategies
The Ministry Budget provides the funds for the basic
ministries and mission causes of the church. Growth fostered
in the ministry budget will raise the level of ministry for
the church that is repeatable for several years. The
investment of the time, effort and cost provides each member
the opportunity to understand the church’s ministries and
rethink their level of participation in giving.
The “40 Days of Preparation” plan provides the opportunity
to educate members in Biblical stewardship, understand the
use of financial resources in ministry activities and
prayerfully consider a new level of giving for the coming
year. This budget expansion approach avoids the distractions
of hype-type programs or guilt-driven appeals.
Church Restructuring Process
Simple Church Restructuring Process is based on the book,
Simple Church by Thom S. Rainer and Eric Geiger, which
guides a church to apply the principle in the book in a
local existing church.
A vast majority of churches are plateaued or drifting
downward, encumbered by traditional practices and programs.
While the principles of Simple Church are most easily
adapted by new churches or growing churches that adapt
easily to change, many existing churches can be transformed
through the restructuring process of Simple Church.
Master Resource’s consultants are helping traditional
churches restructure and plateau churches revitalize.
For information see the contact page.