Churches are facing new financial challenges in light of the global pandemic. How does the stewardship in the Old Testament, the generosity of Jesus, the early practices of the church, inform our current realities?  Join renowned Gary Hoag, President and CEO of Global Trust Partners, as he trains the church in developing a theology of stewardship, how to create a budget, where to invest resources, and how to practice strategic generosity.


Live over Zoom!
5 Sessions
Tuesdays, June 2 – July 30
7-9:00 p.m. CST 

– Free to current students, not seeking academic credit (0 credit hours)

-$35 for alumni

-$250  for the general public.


Current Northern Seminary students should register for this course by contacting Linda Owens at

Northern Seminary alumni and the general public can register here: REGISTRATION FORM


Session 1: Overview of Faith and Finances

Session 2: God’s Word on Financial Management:

Session 3: The Three Core Practices of Stewards

Session 4: Financial Skills of Faithful Stewards

Session 5: Best Practices for Marriage, Family, and Ministry

Questions? General public contact Andrea Pingel at Students and alumni contact Linda Owens at


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