Welcome to Episode 012 of the Ministry Hangout podcast. Listen and access the show notes below or search for Ministry Hangout on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts.

Joe Sangl is a leading teacher on personal finances. He helped plant NewSpring Church in South Carolina and was previously their Pastor of Financial Planning and Coaching. In this role, he taught stewardship principles, helped people get healthy financially, and led capital stewardship campaigns. He later founded financial teaching organization I Was Broke. Now I’m Not. and is currently the President and CEO of INJOY Stewardship Solutions. In this episode, he shares tips and lessons learned for individuals, churches, and church planters to have healthy finances.

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Quotes from This Episode

  • You never have to recover from a great start. [Click to tweet]
  • Have a budget — a balance of faith and wisdom that’s based on what we believe God could do but isn’t ridiculous to where it’s impossible. [Click to tweet]
  • You’re always going to have vision that outstrips your ability to fund it. But it’s not a problem that can be solved – it’s a tension that we as leaders have to always manage. [Click to tweet]


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