Monthly Archives: November 2010

What Turkey Baskets Can Teach Us About Fundraising

As you wade through your refrigerator of Thanksgiving turkey leftovers, make sure to check out Jan Edmiston’s phenomenal post, What Turkey Baskets Can Teach Us About Evangelism, at A Church for Starving Artists blog. Her lessons apply as equally to … Continue reading

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Just in Time for Christmas: Gift-Giving for the Fundraiser in Your Life

As Black Friday looms, we would be remiss not to note that my first book, Coach Your Champions, is now available at Amazon.com. Give the fundraiser in your life the gift of Christian dignity in the exercise of their profession: Is … Continue reading

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Traditional Fundraising vs. Transformational Giving, Part III: The Distinguishing Characteristic is Morality

What is the distinguishing characteristic of Transformational Giving (TG)? Like the smell of burnt gunpowder following the firing of a rifle, what is the sign that TG has definitely occurred? What is its unique signature that cannot be replicated by … Continue reading

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