The following is written by George X:
A couple things. When I compare the June to July two big things stand out to me. First, they tried to pull a fast one by comparing on page 4 June vs July and showing an increase in assets of $9410.71. What an observer may not notice unless called to it is that they did not pay their $30,000 First Bank Payement. If they had, they would have overdrawn their account (Operating balance is $3,769.55).
Secondly, When June is compared to July, one must understand the church revenue cycle. I am sure you understand this - June has 4 Sundays and July has 5 Sundays. This means that you should have roughly 25% more revenue in a month with 5 Sunday's. It would be like running your haricutting business monday - Thursday vs Monday through Friday. You have one additional days revenue.
In Berean's case, Junes Offerings plus Misions total was $96,528 vs July's Offerings plus Missions total was $110,253.52. It is slightly short of the 25% increase, at a 14% increase, which means their revenue, even though more, is actually falling month over month.
Compare this to January's (5 Sunday's) Offerings and Missions at $136,787 and you get a 25% revenue decline. February was a 4 Sunday month and they had $126,676 in Offerings and Missions.
August results should be interesting, as I see on 8/1 they made a $22,000 payment to First Bank (already late!) and another is scheduled on 8/27 for $30,000. It should be interesting to see who they don't pay to make these payments.
They still have to file August's financials before the meeting on October 6th.
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