Join us for our 6th Annual Nonprofit Conference!

May 30, 2019


Best practices in the nonprofit sector are available through our membership site.


Training on site or virtual is available for organizational leaders and boards.


Assistance and direction are available from people who understand the faith aspect of your work.

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The 6th Annual Faith Based Nonprofit Conference
May 30, 2019

In 2019, the annual conference format will be different with a design to help organizations of all sizes grow to the next level.

Our focus will be on growing and sustaining your nonprofit or ministry. 

Each session will focus on the utilization of best practices to strengthen and equip the organization to fulfill its mission.


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Each month, we will provide you with a new prayer calendar that focuses on some aspect of the organization and those it reaches.
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Weekly Devotional

Keep on Keeping on

“Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.” ~Galatians 6:9 (NIV)

Sometimes we struggle, and often as nonprofit and ministry leaders, we struggle in ways the no one sees. And then, we may wonder why we are struggling when we are working hard to do God’s work, care for people, spread the Gospel, etc. And, as leaders, we keep the struggles to ourselves….we have no one we can tell.

For if we tell someone, then they might get the wrong idea about working for God.

For if we tell someone, they might view us as weak, or lacking faith.

But, honestly, there are times when we are going to struggle. We are going to encounter difficult staff, we are going to wonder where the money is going to come from and yes, we are even going to wonder, “what in the world am I doing.”

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