We are dedicated to the concept of
stewardship delegation. This
is a concept that Stephen Covey wrote about in his best selling book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. In essence it involves giving people a choice of methods and
then allowing them to be responsible for the outcome. The church members, not the church leaders, are responsible
for the financial well-being of the church.
Church leaders are to assist the members. It must be a priesthood of all believers.
It must be the memberís church and members must be clear about
their ownership. Members
can grow in their ability to see the financial needs of the church and
in their ability to address those needs. Church leaders can assist members in their growth and can
provide guidelines to assist in the management of the resources.
The accountability needs to be mutual.
The advantages of being clear about
purpose are invaluable. As
a result, most organizations, businesses, and churches have mission
statements. Our mission statement is as follows:
is dedicated to benefit church organizations in their stewardship by
providing an efficient, cost-effective, and practical choice for
donations in this digital age. In
addition to providing optional methods for stewardship we are committed
to highlighting the principles for their effective use.
It is our hope and prayer that we can
be successful in our mission as we partner with you.
MyChurchDonations was conceived and developed by two Christian
Nadig, Ph.D. and Doug
Nies, Ph.D. Both are clinical psychologists and are licensed in California. Originally they
met the need of their own profession by providing the ability to other professionals to use credit cards in private practice.
MyChurchDonations grew out of that research and level of expertise.
Both men grew up in the church and attended Christian schools. They have practiced in Christian institutions and facilities throughout their
careers. They are dedicated to serving churches and religious organizations and are providing the resources of MyChurchDonations to
their own religious community as well as different denominations and organizations.