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Growing Givers' Hearts: Treating Fundraising As Ministry
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Return to Book Page. Jeavons ,. Rebekah Burch Basinger. Here for the first time is a truly spiritual way of looking atfundraising as an opportunity to nurture current and prospectivedonors and facilitate their growth in faith. Growing Givers' Heartsexplores how development staff, executives, and board members fromacross the theological spectrum can make faith-buildingopportunities for donors their first priority; act on theirco Here for the first time is a truly spiritual way of looking atfundraising as an opportunity to nurture current and prospectivedonors and facilitate their growth in faith.
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Growing Givers' Heartsexplores how development staff, executives, and board members fromacross the theological spectrum can make faith-buildingopportunities for donors their first priority; act on theirconfidence in God's abundance; draw from their theologicaltradition in their approach to fundraising; involve a vitalcross-section of staff in planning; and cultivate spirituallymature leadership. With this innovative approach, Growing Givers' Hearts empowersreaders to work in spiritually grounded, deeply creative, andprofessionally satisfying ways.
Fundraisers in any Christianorganization will find extraordinary insights in this importantguide.
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Jesus warned us, "No one can serve two masters You cannot serve both God and Money. This initial section alone is worth the price of the book. The largest part of Growing Givers' Hearts is based on a three-year study funded by the Lilly Endowment. Jeavons and Basinger explored six organizations that are successful at both raising funds and encouraging the spiritual growth of their donors and identified six "necessary conditions" for such a program.
The six conditions are the chapter headings for "Part Two" listed below. The final section moves from the organizational perspective to that of the individual. These chapters are a challenge and an invitation to the ministry of fundraising. Jeavons and Basinger offer specific insights into how the "necessary conditions" flow out of our daily lives. Written for a decidedly Christian audience, Jeavons and Basinger have tried to be inclusive of the Roman Catholic, Protestant, and Evangelical traditions and vocabulary.
The book is filled with concrete, but not formulaic, suggestions and practices of those that treat fundraising as ministry. If your task is theologically based, this book will help you perform your task better, whether you call it fundraising or stewardship. If you are leading an effort to engage givers in a Christian mission, this book will provide reminders and encouragement that you will find invaluable.
Jeavons, Thomas H. Copyright by the authors. Perhaps these quotes will encourage you to read the entire book. Buy the Book Here. It requires one to act on faith. God is enough! The message conveyed to supporters out of this panic is that God is unable to supply even the most basic needs, let alone provide funds for new programs. If this message of panic is a contrived fundraising technique, it is doubly harmful.
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