Posts Tagged ‘The Timothy Group’

Farewell to Fickle Fundraising By Ron Haas

How to Avoid Fickle Fundraising The Cambridge English Dictionary defines fickle as “likely to change your opinion or your feelings suddenly and without a good reason.” I wanted to visit you first to that you might benefit twice. I wanted to visit you on my way to Macedonia and to come to you from Macedonia,…

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Develop a Persuasive Case By Ron Haas

Learn the Process of Developing a Persuasive Case “My message and my preaching were not with wise and persuasive words, but with a demonstration of the Spirit’s power, so that your faith might not rest on human wisdom, but on God’s power.” ~ I Cor. 2:4-8 Have you ever agonized over finding just the right persuasive…

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The Boastful Giver By Ron Haas

You Must Beware of the Boastful Giver Occasionally, you meet a generous giver who checks all your qualifying boxes. They have a link to your organization. They are interested in your projects. They seem to have the ability and willingness to give. They even talk about how much they love your ministry—yet they never give.…

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A Duty to Ask and A Duty to Give By Ron Haas

Is your greatest sense of duty to ask or to give? John D. Rockefeller, Jr.  realized that the duty to ask and  the duty to give were both important functions. He once remarked, “Never think you need to apologize for asking someone to give to a worthy object, any more than as though you were…

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Get Your Website Donor-Ready By Rob Flint Jr.

It’s time to get your website donor-ready for fall! Organizations, for the most part, understand the importance and alum of a website. Most realize that their website is like the front door of a store or church. And everyone wants a website that looks good, is clean, inviting – and most important – easy to…

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Abounding in Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving for the featured sponsors and exhibitors – #Outcomes19 Christian Leadership Alliance gives thanks for the sponsors and exhibitors who supported the Outcomes Conference 2019. This post is in honor of the ministries, organizations and businesses that dedicate their time, talents and resources to strengthening those called to lead and serve in churches, nonprofit ministry…

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Board Influence By Kent Vanderwood

The Influence of the Board I am guessing that most of you either answer to a Board of some type, serve on a Board, or at minimum, work for an organization that has a Board. Those who sit “on” the Board may be called directors, members, trustees or governors. The bottom line is this –…

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Philanthropy by the Generation by Kent Vanderwood

What’s different between the generations when it comes to Philanthropy? When it comes to philanthropy, here are some important questions to consider: Do different generations think differently when it comes to giving? Does the same thing that motivates a boomer, motivate a millennial? How do we adjust our approach? I attended an Association of Fundraising…

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Networking For Good By Pat McLaughlin

NETWORKING IS NOT A NAUGHTY WORD Networking is not a new concept with multi-level companies like Amway and Herbalife and a multitude of other such organizations. Jesus started a multi-level organization that most of us are a part of today (the Church). Jesus recruited and trained the most unlikely bunch ever and impacted the world.…

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9.29.16 CLA Webcast: Capital Campaigns

CLA Webcast: Capital Campaigns Discover the Keys to Success During the September the CLA webcast, interact with Pat McLaughlin a development expert who has personally assisted more than 1,600 Christian organizations We know you have questions. What are the secrets to capital campaign success? The difference between a capital campaign that sizzles and one that…

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