Posts Tagged ‘funding’

Four Foundation Funding Myths By Debbie DiVirgilio

What Myths Have You Been Believing? Myths are sometimes hard to detect, especially when it come to foundations. Many nonprofits seek foundation funding to support the mission of their organization. However, many grant seekers frequently become discouraged and frustrated—often because they have bought into one of the common myths about foundation funding. Others never seek…

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Funding Your Leadership Development

Invite others to invest in your development! As a leader with a Christian nonprofit organization, yours is a unique calling that requires professional development. You need training that is both biblically consistent and practically relevant to leading with excellence in today’s world. That’s exactly why Christian Leadership Alliance is the place for a leaders like…

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Trust and Funding By Randy Brewer

Securing Trust and Funding in a Secular World As a fellow leader of a faith-first organization, I understand and feel the challenges that you are facing every day. The secular world is becoming more antagonistic to your mission. And even the faith-based communities can be somewhat fractured in their values and response to Christian outreach.…

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Steward Leaders Enable Others to Claim Their Birthright by Barbara Shantz

 By Barbara Shantz The Oxford online dictionary describes a birthright as “a particular right of possession or privilege one has from birth, especially as an eldest child.” Bible commentaries generally concur that a father’s eldest son in those days was recognized as the natural owner of a birthright. They note, too, that birthright carried with…

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