Blog posts

Giving trends of Millennials (and others) to congregations

9.13. 2017 Posted By: Mennonite Church USA

Beryl Jantzi is director of Stewardship Education at Everence. This article originally appeared at and on the Menno Snapshots blog of Mennonite Church USA.  As the number of not-for-profits increases, along with their level of sophistication for donor dollars, churches need to adjust to the changing landscape of religious giving. When it comes to giving, loyalty […]

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Affording college: Before, during and after

6.7. 2017 Posted By: The Mennonite

Beryl Jantzi is director of Stewardship Education for Everence, a faith based financial services company of Mennonite Church USA, which serves all who are interested in integrating their faith with their finances. This post originally ran on the Menno Snapshots blog of Mennonite Church USA.  There is an old adage that says, “The best time […]

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Interview with the Menno Tea cofounders

8.12. 2015 Posted By: Glen Guyton

Niles Graber Alvarez and Hans Weaver launched their product in a dorm room at Goshen (Ind.) College in 2010. Their aim was simple: To brew delicious tea inspired by a family recipe from Lancaster County, Pa. But as Menno Tea grew, Hans and Niles found that their Mennonite roots gave them more than just a […]

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Put your money where your heart is

7.30. 2015 Posted By: Glen Guyton

One of my favorite books from childhood is The Little Red Hen. It is a simple book with a very powerful stewardship message, but a message that may be lost on some of us. The story is about of course a little red chicken, let’s call her Pollito Roja for expediency. Pollito lived on the […]

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