Vision-Focused Stewardship Event Helps Ministries Grow

Viewfinder_BlogVision-Focused Stewardship, Advocace’s free half-day seminar that helps medium-sized ministries grow income, comes to Dallas-Ft. Worth on Tuesday, April 26. Ministry staff and board members may register for Vision-Focused Stewardship at advocace.com/dfw.

Advocace consultants, Mark Kordic and Jerry Grimes will lead presentations and discussions on the latest trends and time-proven tactics to bring ministry stewardship efforts to the next level.

During this event, topics discussed will be:

• Why Annual Funds Fail in the 7 Vision-Killing Annual Fund Sins Workshop
• How to build major gift programs that work in 5 Steps to Vision Focused Stewardship
• Ways to overcome your biggest organizational challenges in Real Answers

Vision-Focused Stewardship is making an impact with ministries of all sizes. “The four hours I spent with [Advocace] was probably the best four hours I [have] spent in organizational development in two years,” says Charles Chapman of L.I.V.I.N.G. Ministry.

Vision-Focused Stewardship takes place on April 26, 2016 from 1 to 5 pm in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area. Seating is limited. RSVP online at advocace.com/dfw. Registrants will receive location information after registration.

Advocace’s consultants serve Christian ministries and nonprofits nationwide, including Bible colleges and seminaries, rescue missions, broadcast and media nonprofits, K-12 schools, social service ministries, and a wide variety of other organizations. Ultimately they want to help ministries grow their funds in order to reach for their vision. More than anything else, Advocace desires to see people come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ through each of these endeavors. Find out more at advocace.com.

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