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First pubished on this website in March 2006 and last updated in May 2012

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Thinking correctly means that your church's income has to be the sum of all its members' total incomes and so may well be into seven figures.

Here is a method of estimating what the figure might be for your church as a means of assessing what overall proportion is coming into your general fund each year.  This then tells you whether there might be scope for increasing the general fund income.

Or it may simply be a way of teaching what the phrase 'church income' really ought to mean!


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