Life and Mission Podcast
Find your voice. Tell your story. Change the world.
Your supporters want to help. Asking them for advice helps you and engages them at a deeper level. You’ll both be glad you did!
Plan your storytelling. Get more funding.
Hit-or-miss fundraising leads to hit-or-miss funding for your mission.
That’s why I designed the Mission Writers Story Calendar specifically for missions and small ministries to plan ahead and stay on track.
Get access to my free Mission Writers Story Calendar and video training today!
In this interview, Eric Nevins and I discuss the potential waiting to be unlocked through podcasting. Are we missing opportunities?
End-of-year fundraising may be over, but you don’t want to lose the momentum. Here are three key messages to send donors in January.
In this episode, Kent Sanders shares his process for ghostwriting and collaborating on book projects. Plus, thoughts on structure and creativity, and his latest project – a book about Elvis.
Sometimes things don’t turn out the way we planned. When that happens, use the opportunity to invite donors to have a closer look at the important work you do.
Insights on how introverts and event planners can do in-person events better.
The tables are turned as fundraising expert Mary Valloni interviews Kay about using stories to connect with donors.
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Storytelling and writing are essential skills for missionaries, ministry and nonprofit leaders. In fact, if you struggle to tell stories, you’ll struggle to raise the funds you need.
Host Kay Helm is a writer & editor with experience in missions and the business world. She founded Mission Writers in 2022 to help missionaries write fundraising appeals and powerful stories to share with supporters.
In this podcast, she offers tips you can use today to improve your missions & nonprofit writing.
Mission Writers helps you develop and practice essential storytelling skills to help increase funding for your mission.