As the Church enters into a new era of technology and innovation, the practice of stewardship requires an ever-evolving perspective. The International Catholic Stewardship Council has been an authoritative presence in the field for 55 years. This September, over one thousand church leaders from parishes, dioceses, and foundations across the world gathered in Atlanta for the ICSC Annual Conference. As a Gold Partner with ICSC, LPi was pleased to participate in this year’s conference in a number of ways.
The LPi booth became a hub for industry-leading conversation on stewardship and communication in a 21st century church. A key point in these discussions was LPi’s new parish engagement system, a multi-faceted tool currently in the beta phase of development. The product was received with eager interest by parishes and dioceses alike.
LPi also made its presence known during the breakout sessions. LPi’s Director of Parish and Communication Engagement and ICSC board member, Tracy Earl Welliver, presented on “The Art of Communicating Stewardship.” Tracy has over twenty years of experience in parish work and has spoken internationally on the topic of stewardship. To read his weekly column in the LPi blog, click here.
In advance of the conference, LPi completed a full redesign on the ICSC website. We’re pleased to provide ICSC with an attractive mobile-responsive website, better equipping them to bring their message to the next generation. To learn more about ICSC, visit their website.