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Most Canadian families today are living with a burden of financial stress that was unimaginable 50 years ago. 75% of Canadians are currently carrying some form of household debt.  Canadians owe nearly $1.64 for every $1 in disposable income they earn in a year.

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How many times can you use the word “crisis” and still be taken seriously?

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Church finances are increasingly difficult. Costs rise; giving declines. Across the board, churches struggle to make ends meet.

Is this a sign that churches are failing at their mission? Or, are broader economic realities catching up with faltering faith organizations?
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