Proposed 2016 Budget

Fund Thermo 12.7.15

Dailyoffice.org
Proposed 2016 Budget

EXPENDITURES

Site Production Costs

Hardware (Contingency):
27-inch iMac 3.2 GHz, 1 TB memory      1800.
Video Production Equipment        200.

Web Services:
Webcasting        500.
WordPress storage, domain names        300.
Coding, maintenance and repairs        200.

TOTAL SITE PRODUCTION       3000.

Liturgy, Evangelism & Personnel Costs

Liturgy & Editing, East & West sites (Josh)    15,100.
Liturgy & Editing, Spanish site (Michael)      2,400.

TOTAL LITURGY, EVANGELISM & PERSONNEL    17,500.

Promotions

Diocesan Convention        500.

TOTAL PROMOTIONS        500.

Missions

Bor, Brasilia, ERD, Liberia, Lui, Mithon, Redbud      3500.

TOTAL MISSIONS      3500.

Annual Retreat

Van Rental (2)        300.
Materials        200.
Staffing      500.

TOTAL RETREAT       1000.

Debt

Debt Retirement, Josh Thomas       1000.
Unpaid Personnel       3000.

TOTAL DEBT       4000.

TOTAL EXPENDITURES    29,000.

INCOME

Fundraising     30,000.
Additional Non-Pledge Gifts       4000.
Diocese of Indianapolis       1000.
TOTAL INCOME    35,000.

Surplus or (Deficit)       6000.

November 15, 2015

Lunches & Lessons at Mithon School in Haiti, built in 2015 by the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis. Many of these kids don't get enough food at home; these hot lunches enable them to learn. The Daily Office is a leading sponsor of this school. (Fr. Jean Michelin St. Louis)

Lunches & Lessons at Mithon School in Haiti, built in 2015 by the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis. Many of these kids don’t get enough food at home; these hot lunches enable them to learn. The Daily Office is a leading sponsor of the school. (Fr. Jean Michelin St. Louis)

Diocese of Georgia Videos: Evangelism How-To’s – and How Nots!

Just released this week for their 194th diocesan convention. This first guy with the hot sauce is Bishop Benhase.

People do evangelism every day:

Some methods honor the other person’s humanity, beliefs and experience, and other methods don’t.

Tips for what works:

Kelly Steele got mad when somebody listened well and she didn’t have a good comeback:

So what are you evangelical about? What would make you comfortable about inviting someone to try your church?

The advantage I see to this wonderful series from Georgia is that it starts by acknowledging that we don’t want to do evangelism badly, like a lot of others do it – and then goes on to show that we shouldn’t be afraid of the word evangelism or the idea of it.

Have you ever eaten Cincinnati chili? It’s the best stuff!

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November 13, 2015