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HUB Philantropic Solutions presents: Getting in Gear: Preparing for a Capital Campaign

Join us as HUB Philanthropic Solutions presents our complimentary nonprofit Workshop”Getting in Gear: Capital Campaigns & Major Gift Initiatives.”   At this workshop, you will learn what steps your organization must take before embarking on one of these significant endeavors, as well as answering the following questions: 101 more words

10 Dumb Things Pastors Say Early in a Building Program by Gary Nicholson

In over thirty years of involvement with church building projects, I have heard a few statements that always make me cringe when I hear them. I have seen many projects stopped dead in their tracks because of some of these very statements. 1,316 more words

Timothy & Paul

Impact Stewardship: Church Growth Essentials

By: Chuck Klein, Impact Stewardship, NACDB Member
A three-part series originally published for Church Executive Magazine. To read more, click here.

Late last year, Impact’s President Chuck Klein and Education Coordinator Dean Byler teamed up to contribute a three-part series to Church Executive magazine. 354 more words

Church Construction

Food for Thought

by Susan Bottum, Principal

It’s dark when you drive to work and dark when you drive home.  The temperature is hovering around zero (on a good day) and there is snow on the ground.  609 more words

Hub International

5 Things Your Campaign Consultant Should Never Say

Once a church has gone through the task of selecting the campaign company, it is time to get to know the consultant. Unfortunately, this is an “on the job” experience. 430 more words

Capital Campaigns

Capital Campaigns and the Grand Canyon

Standing at the edge of the Grand Canyon, I feel an immense sense of wonder. Walking close to the edge, but not to the very edge (there are no railings), I see the panorama that is the Canyon and it is extraordinary. 911 more words

Fundraising

Your church will die.

Drive down the main street of the city in which I live and you’ll see them: big, old, church buildings.  There are at least a dozen of them that sit either completely empty, devoid of all activity, or inhabited by congregations of less than 50 people looking quite scarce in their cavernous sanctuaries.  1,040 more words

Theology