MMFA Resources are here to help clergy, trustees and elders, stewardship leaders, individuals, groups, and communicators better communicate with congregations and fellowships.

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Stewardship Resources

Looking for resources to help you develop the essential areas of stewardship? Visit each section for valuable ideas, samples, downloads, and more!

Four Stewardship Essentials

A healthy stewardship ministry should incorporate these four stewardship essentials:

  • Small Group Study Guide: Small groups are a great way to educate and form generous stewards. This resource shares 21 different scripture passages for study, including a discussion guide and a printable page for recording answers.
  • Stewardship Scripture
  • Stewardship One-Liners & Quotes: An easy way to provide stewardship food for thought in emails, newsletters, bulletins, prayer and more.
  • Financial Transparency Tips discusses tips for organizations to focus on the mission and ministry of the congregation when discussing money, and avoid reinforcing a scarcity mindset.

  • Appeal Letter Tips help you incorporate time-tested best practices and effective phrases into your appeal letters.
  • Pledging FAQs questions about making a financial commitment that are critical to answer in church communications.
  • Financial Transparency Tips discusses tips for organizations to focus on the mission and ministry of the congregation when discussing money, and avoid reinforcing a scarcity mindset.

Freed Up Financial Living

MMFA is pleased to offer a partnership with Freed Up Financial Living, a faith-based money management course.

Read about Freed Up

Freed Up: Understanding the Three Lanes

Freed Up: Checklist and Calendar for Churches

Laura interviews Brooke Bartlow, Freed Up staff member

Retire Guide: A complete guide to investing in your 20s

Are you a Moravian in your 20s? It’s never too early to start investing for your future. It may seem complex, or even unimportant, but investing is easier and more accessible than ever. This guide explores different investment opportunities, expert tips and the importance of investing young. Click this link for insight for managing debt and saving more: retireguide.com/guides/investing-young/

Church Communicators

Use these ready-to-go articles, and images for creating posts, and bulletin Inserts to help you spread the word of Stewardship and Giving.

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Individual Donors & Investors

Your Moravian Ministries Foundation in America is proud to partner with Five Wishes to provide Moravians with tools to develop a Living Will/Advanced Directive.

Five Wishes meets the legal requirements for an advanced directive in the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. In these states, you can use Five Wishes to express how you want to be treated if you are seriously ill and unable to speak for yourself, using a document that is easy to understand. All you need to do is check a box, circle a direction, or write a few sentences. Once it is signed and witnessed, your Five Wishes is a legal document.

If you live in Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, or Wisconsin, inquire about the additional, supplemental or alternative requirements for a legally-recognized advance directive.

Investment Management

We’re your partner for savvy investment management and administration. Moravian individuals, congregations, and ministries all benefit from the combined power and economies of scale available through pooled investment solutions.