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4.30.15 CLA Webcast: Why Do We Have to Ask?


Christian Leadership Alliance

Have you ever wondered, “If God will provide, why do we have to ask for money?”

If so, you’re not alone. Tune in to Christian Leadership Alliance’s monthly Webcast.  Fundraising and organizational development veteran, Rick Dunham, leads this month’s session. Join him as he unpacks:

  • The spiritual connection between money and our relationship with God
  • How fundraising can actually be a spiritual discipline
  • The Bible’s first fundraiser
  • How you can become a Biblical “asker”

Registration Information

When: April 30, 2015

Time: 12:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM CT / 9:00 AM PT

Category: Resource Development

REGISTER HERE.

You’ll receive a confirmation email and instructions on how to join in to your live Webcast.

About Our Presenter

Chrisitan Leadership AllianceRick Dunham, president, Dunham+Company

Rick is a 36-year veteran in fundraising and organizational development for nonprofit organizations. After serving eleven years in nonprofit management and fundraising leadership roles, Rick began his consulting career in 1989. In 2002 he founded Dunham+Company, which has become a global leader in providing fully integrated fundraising strategy for nonprofit organizations. Rick is also the author of Secure: Discovering True Financial Freedom and If God Will Provide, Why Do We Have to Ask for Money? He has also been published and quoted in USA Today and the Washington Post and has served as a commentator on Fox Business News.

logo.NCFstackedThanks to CLA’s 2015 Webcast sponsor, National Christian Foundation (NCF). Every day, the team at NCF helps generous givers simplify their giving, multiply their impact, and experience the joy of sending more to their favorite causes than they ever dreamed possible.  Visit the NCF website to learn more about all they make possible for those that give and those that receive. The NCF  sponsorship enables CLA Webcasts to be free for both CLA members and non-members. CLA members also enjoy the benefit of 24/7 access to Webcast archives.

 

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