Understanding these four words will help us more freely and clearly express what we’ve set out to do, and how people can be a part of it.
Change the World
Fundraising doesn’t have to be a chore! David Oaks and I had a fun conversation about the simple things that build better relationships and raise more money for your mission.
How do we get past that nagging feeling that we aren’t qualified or “ready” to do that thing we’re supposed to do?
How can moments of slow living create an island of peace in our daily lives? Jodi Grubbs is a slow living advocate and host of the Our Island in the City podcast. Here are some of the ways we can slow down and connect in the midst of our busy lives.
Chris Staron is an award-winning filmmaker, an author, comedian, and podcaster. As host of the Truce Podcast, Chris uses journalistic tools to provide history and context to better understand the Christian church today. He gives us an inside look into his storytelling process, and why the stories we tell are so important.
What’s keeping your nonprofit or ministry from being fully funded?
Mary Valloni lays down some truth to help us overcome the lies we believe about money and fundraising. Plus, simple things you can do today to start your journey to Fully Funded.
Misty Phillips’ personal journey of faith, a look at calling, and how she sparks connections in the podcasting community and beyond.
Tom Lane is the apostolic senior pastor at Gateway Church and author of Tested and Approved: 21 Lessons for Life and Ministry
Some thoughts on the hope of Christmas, and I share shorts from my friends in the Christian Podcasters Association. But
Sometimes a single word or phrase has the power to change the course of our lives, and “Chickening IN” is that word for JJ Gutierrez. This little twist on a familiar phrase launched JJ into a transformational journey from fear to faith.
What happens when you play catch every day for a year? Ethan Bryan played 365 days of catch, and now
So many of us start because of passion, but then run into a wall because fundraising feels like begging. After 14 years in the nonprofit/ministry space, here are 8 of my favorite fundraising resources.
Brian Dixon is a coach, author, and one of the cofounders of Hope*writers. We tackle questions about making money in ministry, taking care of relationships, and having those difficult but important conversations.
Interview with Mike Lane of Hope Bridges, a nonprofit serving over one-hundred children in northern Thailand with food, clothing, education, and basic health care.
If you’ve got a message of any kind, you’ll need to find some level of comfort stepping in front of the camera or speaking into a microphone. Tami’s been helping entrepreneurs voice their brands, and now she’s helping a generation build Empty Nest Empires.
Ronne Rock is a storyteller, truth-teller, hope-dealer. Her new book is One Woman Can Change the World: Reclaiming Your God-Designed Influence and Impact Right Where You Are.
Public speaking is one of the best marketing tools you could ever hope to employ. Aurora Gregory coaches speakers on every aspect of the speaker life. In this interview, she shares tips for virtual speaking opportunities, and more.
What’s keeping your nonprofit or ministry from being fully funded? Mary Valloni lays down some truth to help us overcome the lies we believe about money and fundraising. Plus, simple things you can do today to start your journey to Fundraising Freedom.