Generosity Labs | Church Giving, Stewardship, Fundraising
About This Show
On The Generosity Labs Podcast, hosted by Kenny Jahng, we talk to pastors, consultants, service providers and other church leaders.
We discuss the current trends, models and best practices
for developing giving as a robust part of your community life.
Are you ready to learn more about how you can
get a culture of generosity to flourish from the inside out?
Discover more resources and transcripts of our podcast episodes at www.GenerosityLabs.org.
Most Recent Episode
Generosity Labs Podcast | Conversation with Joseph Sangl | Episode 007
SHOW NOTES In today's episode of the Generosity Labs podcast, we interview Joseph Sangl who is on a quest to help pastors get over their fear about talking about money. He is the founder of I Was Broke Now I’m Not. Key points in the discussion: How does a pastor bring up the taboo subject of money with his preaching? What are some take-aways to add into a pastor's sermon about giving and generosity? How powerful and important is an offering prep? 4 Resources About Financial Management Reach out to Joseph Sangl on iwasbrokenowimnot.com CHECK OUT WWW.GENEROSITYLABS.ORG for more episodes, blog articles and more resources about giving and generosity. TRANSCRIPTION KENNY: Good day everybody. This is Kenny Jahng coming at you again and today, in the hot seat, we’ve got a good friend Joe Sangl. Thank you so much for being with us, Joe, today. JOE: Fired up. Thanks so much brother. KENNY: It is great to be with you especially because the conversation that we’ve been having with a lot of churches in the past recently center around the taboo topic of money. Giving and money. And I know that you are in that space. You’re talking about that everyday, actually. So, why don’t you share with our audience a little about who you are, what you do and how you help churches in particular. JOE: My name is Joseph Sangl. And I founded an organization called I Was Broke, Now, I Am Not. and I’d like to say people, if you’re saying now, he is broke? You’re failing grammar class and it’s not fun being broke. And I got unbroke and I did it by following God’s Word and applying His principles. And as I went through the process, I have an Engineering degree from Purdue University, got my MBA, and I was still broke. And I was wondering, “Was it that difficult?” And I realized, I was thinking too hard that it’s really the reading of God’s Word and the application of it. I started finding all the scripture about money. And I’ve found out that God’s Word is not silent on it. But, m