The Development Office purchases
a diocesan-wide registration each month that allows any parish staff or volunteers to attend webinars offered by Our Sunday Visitor at no cost. There is no limit on the number of attendees from our diocese or your parish.
The one-hour sessions are offered at two times on the
second Tuesday of each month, except during the summer months of June, July, and August when they are
only offered at one time.
The Development Office of the Diocese of Boise has purchased these webinars and receives a recording afterwards to make available to its schools and parishes for individuals and groups to download and view. The links are active for one year. Each one is approximately 60-minutes. Please contact Margaret at MHampton@RCDB.org for the password to access these recordings.
Previous webinar links
Stewardship & Being on Fire to Know JesusFor Your Bulletin: Stewardship ThoughtsStewardship WebinarsWhy Do You Give?Seminarian Endowment ChallengeStarting or Planning Your Annual Stewardship Efforts?
30 Ways to Exercise Good Stewardship of Lent & EasterFour Your Bulletin: Stewardship ThoughtsStewardship WebinarsOur Work is Loving the World: A Lenten Stewardship ReflectionAnything to Declare?FREE Estate Planning Seminars
Epiphany: To Find Our Meaning in ChristFor Your Bulletin: Stewardship ThoughtsStewardship WebinarsService with a Smile8 Signs of a Stewardship ParishEmbracing a Steward’s Mindset for the Coming YearFree Estate Planning Seminars
7 Ways to Keep God in ThanksgivingFor Your Bulletin: Stewardship ThoughtsStewardship & Christmas10 Things You Can Do for the Poor at Christmas
September: A Recommitment to StewardshipFor Your Bulletin: Stewardship ThoughtsPope Francis Calls Catholics to be a “Little Poorer”6 Stewardship Lessons
Making Giving Part of Your Summer PlanFor Your Bulletin: Stewardship ThoughtsStewardship WebinarsPlanning a Stewardship Renewal?
For Your Bulletin: Stewardship ThoughtsStewardship – Some “Get It,” Some Don’tStewardship WebinarsUpdate on Region XII Stewardship ConferenceStewardship and Family
Make Your Lent More MeaningfulFor Your Bulletin: Stewardship ThoughtsDon’t Become an Empty-Handed StewardsStewardship Training WebinarsWhat is your definition of success?4 Pillars of Stewardship
A Stewardship Resolution for the New YearHospitality – One of the Hallmarks of StewardshipA Lesson in Geography and StewardshipFREE Stewardship Webinars
Be a Good Steward of Thanksgiving DayStewardship Renewal TestimonyStewardship PrayerThe Season of Advent: A Fruitful Time for the Christian StewardWhen the Right Circumstances Come Along
Why We Need to GiveStewardship vs. Screwtape: A Halloween ReflectionWhy Stewardship Sunday Every Year?
Christian Stewardship and the Need for RecreationA Guide for the Stewardship Lay WitnessWelcoming StrangersFor Your Parish Bulletin: 20 Stewardship Ideas for the Summer
Hospitality at Mass: A Key to Good StewardshipDo You Welcome visitors to Your Parish?Volunteer AppreciationStewardship PrayerBulletin BitsPrayers of the FaithfulFREE Stewardship Webinars
Bulletin BitsPrayers of the FaithfulDo You Have a Stewardship Plan?Almsgiving: An Expression of GratitudeStewardship and the CrossFREE Stewardship WebinarsFor Your Bulletin: What Is Stewardship? (Part 5 of 5)
Stewardship WebinarsPrayers of the FaithfulBulletin Bits Based on Sunday ReadingsFor Your Bulletin: What Is Stewardship? (part 4 of 5)Return Our Gifts to the LordA New Year, New Beginnings for the Christian StewardStewardship Resolutions
Stewardship for DummiesCelebrating Stewardship Awareness SundayStewardship PrayerBulletin BitsPrayers of the FaithfulWhat’s on Your Website?FREE Stewardship WebinarsWhat Is Stewardship? (Part 3 of 5)
Bulletin BitsPrayers of FaithfulStewardship 101: Class is Still in Session!Catholic BratsFREE Stewardship WebinarsFor Your Bulletin: What Is Stewardship? (Part 2 of 5)Receiving, Cultivating and Sharing Your GiftsConference YouTube Videos
Bulletin BitsWhat Will God Ask Us?Stewardship ConferenceFREE Stewardship WebinarsFor Your Bulletin: What Is Stewardship? (Part 1 of 5)Communication and Mutual Sacrifice: Keys to a Healthy Marriage and Good StewardshipPrayers of the FaithfulStewardship Prayer
I know your “buts” . . .Bulletin BitsPrayers of the FaithfulStewardship PrayerAnnual Stewardship ReportsAnswering God’s Call . . . FREE Stewardship WebinarsFor Your Bulletin: Do Your Children See You Give?St. Mark’s Stewardship 10 Best Practices
Stewardship PrayerStewardship 10 Best PracticesIs Your Parish a Family or a Gas Station?Giving Gifts During LentStewardship and ConfirmationFREE Stewardship WebinarsQ & A: With our current financial obligations, I don’t know how it would be
possible for us to convert to giving away a full tithe of 10%. Are there
any other options?For Your Bulletin: Giving First FruitsWe Just Need a BumpFind It on Our Web
Save the Date! Region XII Stewardship ConferenceStewardship and Development in Tough Economic TimesStewardship Prayer of St. Ignatius LoyolaFor Your Bulletin
Are You Registered?Winter Weather Woes
Encouraging Mass Attendance: A First Step to Greater StewardshipTrue Stewardship is a Long-Term Investment
Should Thanksgiving be Cancelled?
A Thanksgiving Blessing
For Your Bulletin – How Much Time Do you Spend with God?
Now Is the Time to Say Thank-You
Promoting End of the Year Giving at Your Parish, School or AgencyFor Your Bulletin – Giving ThanksStewardship in Action:
Start Thinking About ParticipationWhat Do You Give Your “Christmas” Catholics?
Choosing the I AM over iThingsA Stewardship Prayer for Hard TimesObituaryQ&A: No Need to Pledge?A Message for All Ages
Stewardship in Action: Holy Spirit in PocatelloA Stewardship PrayerStewardship in the BulletinABCs of GivingQ&A: Did you remember your gift?
18-Steps to Establish Parish StewardshipA Stewardship PrayerEducating Families About the Importance of GivingQ&A: Is it a good idea to talk about stewardship in tough economic times?
For more information please contact
Director, Office of Development
Coordinator, Office of Development
The Diocese of Boise is pleased to offer the next Our Sunday Visitor Loaves+Fishes webinars FREE to our parishes.
Below is information on the upcoming webinars:
Spirituality of Stewardship –
Stewardship is a way of life that functions with four core values of identity, trust, gratitude, and love. We learn to give a gift back to God in thanksgiving for what God has given. At the parish level, a variety of approaches effect the collection based upon how these values are emphasized. A key idea is that we have a need to give before giving to a need. The role of the pastor along with the logistical practices moves parishioners to understand the importance of being generous. Congregations always have different stages of growth with a variety of audiences. Practical, step-by-step suggestions help authentic stewardship to be a tool for evangelization. God will give us the resources to bring the parish to life.
Date: August 12, 2014
noon-1 pm (Mtn time)
11 am-noon (Pacific time)
To register click here.
Discount Code: Parishes should enter the word August in the Discount Code tab on the payment page to avoid being charged.
Once parishes register on one of the links above, Our Sunday Visitor will send them the "Join" link for them to join the webinar. The registration deadline is the day before the scheduled webinar.
Presenter: Fr. Andrew Kemberling
Fr. Andrew Kemberling, pastor since 2000, shepherds more than 6,200 families at St. Thomas More Parish in Centennial, CO. Under his leadership St. Thomas More has received numerous awards, including 2007 Archbishop Thomas Murphy Memorial Award, for outstanding work in promoting stewardship as a way of life. For Fr. Andrew, stewardship isn't a gimmick. It's a form of spirituality. Stewardship is the conversion in a materialistic world. If we can really see it as a "living" spirituality, it will change all of us. Fr. Andrew is the co-author, along with Mila Glodava, of the book Making Stewardship A Way of Life - A Complete Guide for Catholic Parishes.
Gather your entire committee or staff around one computer or project the webinar onto a screen for easier viewing by all attendees.
*** For additional information, please contact Margaret Hampton at MHampton@RCDB.org or call (208) 350-7539.