Faith Based
Nonprofit Resource Center

We exist to equip & strengthen the faith-based nonprofit community.


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.


Latest Blog Posts

Should We Be Using Best Practices?

Quite often, you will hear conversations about nonprofits and ministries and “best practices.” You may even wonder, “do we have best practices,” “are we using best practices?” An overview of[…]

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Why Your Organization Needs to be on Social Media

Social media is here to stay!  Unfortunately, most nonprofits are not “doing it” very well.  In today’s age of content media and multiple platforms, nonprofits must step up and be[…]

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Who Does What?

According to the IRS and organizational By-laws, the Board of Directors is legally responsible for the organization.  But, once staff is hired, there are always questions about the role of[…]

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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

Leading with Integrity

“His good heart made him a good shepherd; he guided the people wisely and well.”
~Psalm 78:72 (MSG)

We know that David was not a perfect leader, he made many mistakes including some that most of us can not even imagine committing. Even with all the mistakes he made, God still called him a man after his own heart (1 Samuel 13:14). This should give each one of us hope….to know that no matter what we do, or how bad we mess things up, God will still love us and use us.

Let’s spend a few minutes today looking at David’s leadership to understand the heart of David….and to understand the heart God wants us to have in our leadership.

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