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Job versus Work….What Did Jesus Say!!!

Matthew 20:4 ….New International Version
He told them, ‘You also go and work in my vineyard,
and I will pay you whatever is right.’

Work is a job or activity that you do regularly especially in order to earn Money
: the place where you do your job
: the things that you do especially as part of your job

Job is the work that a person does regularly in order to earn money
: a duty, task, or function that someone or something has
: something that requires very great effort
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Cultural Imperialism : God or Government

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Have You Ever Ask Your Pastor What Do They Do With Your Money?

Dr Umar Johnson Black Church Ground Zero Documentary

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Black Churches Have Collected $420 Billion?

Harlem World – LiveSteez research shows that Black churches, in aggregate, have collected more than $420 billion in tithes and donations since 1980. With a Senate investigation into the finances of several mega churches underway, the “Prosperity Movement” has been the target of mounting criticism from inside and outside the Black Church. Specifically, the affluent ministries of The Reverend Creflo Dollar, Bishop Eddie Long and others have drawn the attention – and ire – of some clergy and laypeople alike.

Prosperity-Gospel-TithesResearcher Henry E. Felder’s study of Blacks’ donation habits demonstrated per capita spending of $508 per year in 2009 dollars. Another source, Tyler Media Services, estimated that Black Church revenue approached $17 billion in 2006.

One church, the Reverend Dollar’s World Changers, reported $69 million in 2006 income, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.

Mainstream politicians and Black community leaders are demanding a better accounting of the “return on investment” offered by churches to the communities that fund them. Meanwhile, legions of faithful churchgoers defend their pastors and accuse their detractors of applying a double standard that ignores the largesse of wealthy, white televangelists, while underplaying the economic development and social service functions provided by the Black Church.

“The church has gotten caught up in materialism and greed, a lifestyle. Many ministers today want to live like celebrities and they want to be treated like celebrities. In other words, instead of the church standing with the community, the church has become self-serving. It has strayed away from its mission” according to Dr.Love Henry Whelchel, professor of church history at The Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta.

Few people – not even the ongoing Congressional investigation by Senator Chuck Grassleyaccuse the mega church pastors of outright larceny, and congregants generally approve of their pastors’ luxurious lifestyles. However, in a blatant recent example, a father-son pastor team, 76-year-old Richard Cunningham of Moreno Valley and his son, 52-year-old Philip Cunningham of Laurinburg, N.C., pleaded guilty to felony grand theft and fraud charges. The younger Cunningham also pleaded guilty to forgery. Over five years, prosecutors say, the Cunninghams stole from Calvary Baptist Yorba Linda Church and School bank accounts and used the money to buy time shares in Hawaii and Palm Springs, golf club memberships and a Cadillac. Prosecutors say the men have paid $3.1 million in restitution to the church.

Live Steez’s investigative series will take a forensic editorial approach to quantifying the return to Black America for the $350 billion in tax-favored donations it has given to the Black Church, examining the arguments on both sides of the pulpit. In this series we will seek answers and advisory to the following questions:

– How often and how much do church leaders take advantage of the faith of poor black people?

-We will investigate and identify the churches they are showing a strong return on investment that goes beyond inspiration.

– What does the black community have to show for the $350 billion in tax free dollars?

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– Expert analysis on what could potentially be done with such a huge amount of money and how it could improve the state of our communities.

– Why do some church leaders refuse to participate in the Grassley congressional Investigation, which requested the financial records of several mega-churches.

The LADA Group Help Black Churches Teach About Finances To Congregrations

THE LADA Group …… Black Churches
Have To Become Financial Planning Educators

The LADA Group foresaw the mortgage crisis that hit the U.S. in 2008 a number of years before anyone even suspected such a cataclysmic event would happen.
Within the African-American community, at any rate.

As far back as 2004, “our pastors were calling us up, concerned at the number of people buying houses and asking for dedications [a church blessing],” Pastors “They did not recall many of these individuals having steady and consistent employment and that set off a red flag.”

But in 2004, there wasn’t even a hint of the crisis to come, and convincing any official entity of that eventuality, was next to impossible. So the LADA Group went ahead on its own, initiating a concerted financial literacy and education program that today remains a focus for the organization and aims to rebuild and increase the savings rate of African-Americans across the country.

Once 2008 hit, of course, most of America was badly hit by the mortgage crisis and its after-effects, but because the African-American community is usually “three years behind every boom and bust,” the effects of the crisis have been even deeper and more protracted. More importantly, they have impacted the capabilities of the church, to which many – even those in the higher-income brackets who were its key financial supporters – have turned to and continue to look toward for help.

Given that the church is the main pillar of the black community (“the pastor is the spiritual leader of the church – he comes to grandma’s bed when she dies and visits Little Timothy in jail… nothing happens in an African-American church without the pastor’s sanction,”), it has to be financially sound in order to provide support to its congregation, so a major part of the ongoing financial literacy and education program is aimed at fortifying the church’s finances first.

However, “we also want our congregations to know that the church is not the lender of last resort,” so the program also is intended to impart the basics of proper financial planning, from day-to-day budgeting to saving, to church members. Not only will these people become more financially astute and able to fend for themselves better, but as their savings increase, they will be in a position to give back to the church, which will then be able to extend a helping hand to the neediest members of its congregation,

The LADA Group is an easy, cost-effective, stable starting point for anyone that is either money-challenged and/or money-motivated to kickstart their finances so that they can leverage themselves to higher entry financial vehicles.

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