Posts Tagged ‘Outcomes Conference 2022’

Responsive Mindsets for Growing Generosity By Noah Barnett

8 Responsive Mindsets for Growing Generosity The world you fund-raise in has changed and so should your responsive mindsets. Your supporters are hyper-connected and receive personalized, data-informed experiences from every brand they interact with. They expect the same kind of personal connections to the causes they care about.  What hasn’t changed? Generosity.  The desire to…

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How to Grow Operating Reserves By Natalie Roderick

You Can Intentionally Grow Your Operating Reserves Most nonprofits are comfortable in having sufficient operating reserves to ensure their continuity, whether 30 days of reserves, three months, or even longer. Many are keeping these reserves in a checking or money market account, even when the dollar amount may be in the millions.  An idea to…

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Outcomes Conference 2022: Meet Newt Crenshaw

Meet Newt Crenshaw – Mainstage Presenter at The Outcomes conference 2022 Christian Leadership Alliance President and CEO Tami Heim recently interviewed Newt Crenshaw, President and CEO of Young Life.  We are honored he will take the mainstage during The Outcomes Conference 2022 in Louisville, Kentucky, April 26-28 NEWT’S JOURNEY Newt Crenshaw brings extensive experience and…

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Outcomes Conference 2022: Meet Tom Lin – Mainstage Presenter

Meet Tom Lin, CEO of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA Christian Leadership Alliance is honored to feature Tom Lin, CEO of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA as the opening presenter for the Outcomes Conference 2022. We are grateful for Tom’s voice as a member of the Alliance Community and are full of expectancy about the message God will put…

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Recapturing Trust in Uncertain Times By Wayne Hastings

Uncertain Times Call for Greater Trust Let’s face it; we live in uncertain times. We often don’t know what will happen next. As good as we create plans and strategies, pandemics, new government mandates, and cultural changes (desire to work from home instead of an office; deciding to quit working) can blow them up in…

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When Your Cookie Crumbles By Amy Sewell

Love and Care of Your Cookies! Amid fundraising seasons—the last thing you probably want to hear about are major changes and cookies crumbling. However, there IS a major technical change that should be on your radar. Unfortunately, we don’t know the day this change will hit, but as of the writing of this article it…

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Practice Keeping It Simple By Mark L. Vincent

YES, You Can Keep It Simple Simple living can be a significant challenge for a leader. Whether you are a Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director or even interim CEO, you are responsible for the whole of the organization. Nobody else shares the responsibility for the complexity of the whole at the level you do, Even…

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Remarkable Truths About A Widow By David Sanford

4 Remarkable Truths in the Story of a Poor Widow Who Gave All How often do widows come up in the Gospels? Surprisingly, a lot! The most famous widow’s story is found at the end of Mark 12. At first, what Jesus appears to do (and not do) causes many readers to wince. Even worse?…

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Thriving In Each Season of Life By Dr. Jerry White

Practical Steps for Thriving in Life and Leadership Throughout my life I have seen myself as one who simply kept working hard at whatever God put before me. Did I thrive? Did The Navigators thrive under my leadership? Yes. But at the time, it was not always apparent. There were times of struggle and challenge.…

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