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Let's Give

From Scarcity to Abundance

We live in economically uncertain times. For many faith leaders, it is a struggle to provide counsel in a landscape that threatens the financial well-being of their churches and members. 


Still, in spite of perceived lack, God is a God of abundance.


One person gives freely, yet gains even more; another withholds unduly, but comes to poverty. A generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed. - Proverbs 11:24, 25


It was through faith-based giving that Rodney transformed his own financial outlook from debt-ridden to debt-free. Today, he consults faith leaders on instilling a spirit of generosity in their congregation.

 The Problem 

Faith leaders struggle to provide counsel in an uncertain economy that threatens the financial well-being of their churches and individual members. 

 The Customer 


Clergy and leadership teams, key church lay leaders, and entire congregations.

 The Opportunity 

Faith communities can be a valuable source of support in facing this uncertainty. There is a need for educational offerings that align with people's spiritual needs. 

 The Solution 

A product for faith communities that bridge the spiritual and secular divide around people's relationship with money. 

For over 10 years, Rodney has studied and implemented the principles of a generosity practice in his own life and in the lives of others to incredible results. He is an effective coach for faith leaders desiring to support their congregations with spirit-centered financial management. 


Transition your congregation from a mindset of lack to a lifestyle of abundance now. 

"Rodney developed a Money and Me support group in our congregation where we could each reflect on our own story around money. I participated in one of the early groups and had some deep learnings about why it was hard for me as a pastor to ask people to give due to some of my own hang-ups around money.


Rodney helped me realize the importance of healing my own issues around money so that I can powerfully invite people to give as a way to grow in faith.


I am happy to recommend Rodney Eric Lopez to congregations and pastors looking to build a ministry of giving and stewardship."

Doug Cunningham

Founding Pastor, New Day Church

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