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We are Parable.

We provide bookkeeping and accounting services for churches.

We are fathers, mothers, church planters, missionaries, and mission-minded professionals who understand the difficulties of church financial stewardship. Our purpose is to help you unlock the story your numbers are telling you and get every dollar on mission.

We do this by starting where you are, surround you with a qualified team of experts, help you create healthy financial rhythms, then equip you to match your mission with your balance sheet.

Special Resources for the ARC Family

Your Church Financial Toolkit

Every church has a financial operating system of some kind, whether they define it or not. It is how they organize, manage, and try to make informed decisions based on their information. From our years of experience working with churches large and small, we have found that there are seven components every church needs to have a healthy and thriving financial operating system.

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Greg Daley

Chief Visionary

As the Chief Visionary for Parable, Greg is passionate about partnerships, team building, and connections. Greg holds a B.A. in Business and an M.Ed. in Experiential and Outdoor Education. Greg met his wife Jessica in a swing dancing class!

After serving for several years as an Executive Pastor, he and Jessica moved to Ft. Collins, Colo., where he co-founded The Restoration Project and Jessica founded Xcelerate (now Parable). Greg has found his niche in developing Parable. He enjoys building relationships with pastors, helping them develop strategies to see their visions take off in stable, sustainable ways.

He serves on the boards for Restoration Project, Barnabas Network, and The Respite.

Greg and Jessica have five children: Jude, Anthony, Adam, Alivia, and Haley, as well as two dogs, Gunner and Rebel. In his spare time, Greg enjoys biking, snowboarding, backpacking, and working out.

“One of my favorite things to do is call out the glory in another person, to see them encouraged and uplifted.” – Greg Daley