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Latest Blog Posts

Do I Have to Give?

One of the questions that I am asked quite consistently is about board members giving. It seems that there are a lot of people serving on boards who believe their[…]

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Funding Insights

This week I had an opportunity to hear from three funders. It was a situation that every organization dreams of being in – being able to ask funders what you[…]

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The “Meet” of Strategic Planning

Over the past several weeks, we have started looking at a process and understanding of strategic planning and why it is important for nonprofits and ministries. Unfortunately, many board members[…]

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Weekly Devotional

Using Your Super Powers

Jesus replied, “What is impossible with man is possible with God.” ~Luke 18:27 (NIV)

For many leaders of nonprofits and ministries, it often feels that the tasks before them are impossible. It may feel overwhelming as you strive to serve your target audience, keep a board of directors happy, raise funds and manage relationships with donors….and that’s just your to-do list for one day. You might even think that you need to be Superman (or Woman) to get everything done.

Nonprofit and ministry work is hard work, certainly not for the faint of heart.

As a result, it is easy to get frustrated and discouraged as you feel like you are all alone. And sometimes, yes, speaking from experience here, I know that when life feels impossible, it is easy to fall into a trap of believing that everything falls on your shoulders. It is easy to think that you don’t have time to connect with God or to share your concerns with others…that instead you must plod along, getting everything done.

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