GOD’S MONEY: STEWARDSHIP & FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

moneyGOD’S MONEY: STEWARDSHIP & FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Purpose of the course: To equip church, community and non-profit leaders with financial management skills for building sustainable organizations.

Date: 5 – 7 Aug 2013        Price: R1000                      Venue: Pretoria University

 RECOMMENDATION: “I attended the course God’s Money: Stewardship and Financial Management. The 3 day course was of great value to me. I recommend it for our treasurers of the congregational councils or any member of our church interested in finance and fundraising. Financial detail of budgets, balance sheets and cash flows are explained in lay terms. At the cost of R1000 it is money well spend. You don’t need a financial background to attend the course.” Hans Schütte – Lay member, Church Council, ELCSA (NT)

 Attached please find the enrolment forms to register with the university directly. Please note that this course will be run from 5 – 7 August at UP full time. The cost of the course for the 3 days is R1000.00 per person and does not include accommodation or transport to UP. Please do not delay if you would like to attend the course. I may be contacted for further information.

 Kind regards,

Uli Johl.

ujohl@elcsant.org.za

Cell: 0832541814

p.p. Liselotte Knöcklein

Office of the Bishop ELCSA (N-T)
P.O. Box 7095, Bonaero Park 1622
Kempton Park, South Africa
Tel. +027-11-979 7137
Fax.+027-86- 502 6891
l.knocklein@elcsant.org.za
bishop@elcsant.org.za
www.elcsant.org.za

About Wilhelm Weber

Pastor at the Old Latin School in the Lutherstadt Wittenberg
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