Budgets, Financial Statements and Resources: A Theology of Stewardship
Offered by the Institute for Pastoral Leadership
October 6-7, 2011
Princeton Theological Seminary's School of Christian Vocation and Mission
Relying upon Scripture, participants will explore a theological vocabulary to inform better conversations and decisions regarding financial statements and stewardship. The goal of the course is not to have participants be experts in finances, but to share their expertise in theology. In addition to pre-reading, participants will be encouraged to share, distribute and discuss financial statements in a discreet learning environment.
Raymond E. Bonwell is director of programs at the School of Christian Vocation and Mission at Princeton Theological Seminary. He earned his B.A. in economics at the University of Michigan, and earned his Certified Investment Management Analyst designation in conjunction with the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to his theological education, he served as an elder and a commissioned lay pastor during his twelve year professional career in institutional finance. His interest in education was reflected in his award-winning financial radio program and in several published articles. Keeping current with the trends in parish ministry, he also currently serves as a part-time stated-supply pastor.
A tentative agenda, including the titles of each session, is available for download as a .pdf here.
The program costs $150, which includes tuition, refreshments, and meals. Affordable on-campus lodging (as low as $55 per night) is available to those who need it. Please read the registration and cancellation policy here, and then click here to register.
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