NO CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT
This course does not provide continuing education credit.
Stewardship Matters is only available and no cost to CMDA members.
Our goal is to challenge members with biblically integrated concepts for financial stewardship and legacy planning. Stewardship Matters is the financial stewardship and legacy planning segment on CMDA Matters. CMDA Matters is the premier audio resource for Christian healthcare professionals. Hosted by CMDA CEO Dr. Mike Chupp, it is an audio magazine distributed in digital format to CMDA members on a weekly basis. CMDA Matters is distributed through our CMDA App, iTunes and on the CMDA website.
4 PRINCIPLES and 3 STRATEGIES for Making it Through Uncertain Economic TimesThe Lord calls each of us to manage what He has entrusted to us. Participants will learn strategies for managing financial resources during these challenging economic times.
Supercharge Your Giving: Donor Advised Funds
Do you know
what a Donor Advised Fund is? Do you know how it can help you? Donor Advised
Funds are an excellent tool to help you simplify and maximize your charitable
giving. These funds are also key when thinking about selling a business or
building your estate plan. This course will teach you how.
Gift Planning: Asking the Right Questions
presentation will introduce CMDA’s new partnership with the Barnabas Foundation
to serve members with estate and gift planning services. In addition to
learning more about the Barnabas Foundation, we will introduce current giving
strategies and ideas for integrating your faith into your estate plan.
Our Dollars: Aligning Your Investments with Your Values
in Jesus, each of us is committed to steward God’s provisions in our life: how
we spend our time, how we grow our business, how we engage in charitable
giving. But one element of our lives that we often overlook is how we invest our
retirement funds and other wealth. Could there be a way to invest that is
consistent with our faith? In this presentation, we will study the importance
of knowing where and how your money is invested. We’ll consider the conflict
that happens when we unknowingly profit from business practices such as
abortion, pornography, and companies that prey on the addictions of our
brothers and sisters – alcohol, tobacco, gambling, and others. And we will
discuss the potential good that we can support by investing in God-honoring
companies that are improving our world through curing diseases, making us
safer, and caring for our communities – all without sacrificing investment
performance or shortchanging our fiduciary duty. This is a thoughtful
presentation of the benefits and opportunities of investing according to
biblical principles. Learn about your potential to gain confidence and peace of
mind by managing God’s money according to God’s principles.