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Principles for the Faith-Based Nonprofit Fundraiser

    In my pursuit of Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) certification,…

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New Resource: ACN Commentary

We are please to roll out today a new resource by the Association of Christian Nonprofits, the ACN Commentary.  These commentaries will be published each month, with plans on making them weekly, and will pertain to six areas of life and ministry. Arts & Media Public Policy Culture & Ethics Christian Leadership Social Service & Outreach Life & Ministry To keep up to date and be notified when new commentaries are published please follow us on the following social media platforms. Twitter:  @Nonprofits4God Facebook: @ChristianNonprofits      

Are We Producing Cymbalic Fruit?

  I have been working on a manuscript for a while now…

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They Just Don’t Get It: Why Big Church Solutions Can’t Fix Small Church Problems

As a general rule, we love the emphasis that Karl Vaters places on drawing attention to the small church. After all, the average church in the United States, is in fact a small church of a median size of 75 people. And once again his latest post is right on point. We have reposted a portion of it below but be sure to click on “Read More” at the bottom to read the full posting. How many times have I said that while shaking my head after attending a conference or reading blog posts and books…

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The Case for a 48-week Church Budget

At first glance, if you are like most of humanity, you will…

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Nonprofit Turbulence Ahead? Here are some Questions Worth Asking

The following is taken from an original post from Nonprofit Quarterly titled,…

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Shining Up Your Grant Proposal

This is a re-post of a short article on The Nonprofit Times website. To view the original post click here. by The NonProfit Times – August 29, 2016  Applying for a grant is like selling a car. You want to be sure everything is in ideal condition to earn top dollar in a competitive market. Grants are a great way to fund your organization’s mission, but making your proposal stand out from the crowd might appear to be an impossible feat. During the recent Bridge to Integrated Marketing conference in National Harbor, Md., Diane Berry Love,…

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Getting the Most Out of GMAIL

As an organization, we use Google Apps as a staple in our email…

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Four Things I Wish Every Nonprofit Board Knew

Reposted by permission Earlier this week I sat in London over dinner…

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Guidestar Has Updated Your Profile!

If you are a nonprofit you should seriously consider checking out how your organization is represented on Guidestar.  They have recently updated their profile pages.  For those that are not familiar this information is pulled form the IRS and whether or not you subscribed, your data is there for the public.  So, at the very least, you should look at you profile and register for free to be able to update the information. For a good overview of the changes click on this article posted by Nonprofit Quarterly.  

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Do Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God?

[wc_box color=”info” text_align=”left”] The following was originally posted on the RZIM website. You can view the original post here. [/wc_box] Posted by Nabeel Qureshi on December 27, 2015 The Wheaton Controversy On December 15, 2015, Wheaton College, a flagship of evangelical educational institutions, placed one of its professors on administrative leave for “theological statements that seemed inconsistent with [their] doctrinal convictions.” Five days prior, donning a hijab and staking her position on a variety of controversial matters, Larycia Hawkins had stated on Facebook, “I stand in religious solidarity with Muslims because they, like me, a Christian, are…

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Three Warning Signs Your Life Is Drifting from Your Vision

Harvard business professor John Kotter has stated, “Behavior from important people that…

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