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9.29.16 CLA Webcast: Capital Campaigns


Christian Leaders AllianceCLA Webcast: Capital Campaigns

Discover the Keys to Success

During the September the CLA webcast, interact with Pat McLaughlin a development expert who has personally assisted more than 1,600 Christian organizations

We know you have questions.

What are the secrets to capital campaign success? The difference between a capital campaign that sizzles and one that fizzles is in the details. Did you test your case? Have you researched your major donors? Is your board and CEO engaged?

.Pat’s got answers.

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About Our Presenter

Pat McLaughlin is the President and Founder of The Timothy Group. He specializes in major donor programs, board training, strategic planning, and capital and annual campaigns. Pat has authored three books, Major Donor Game Plan, The C Factor: The Common Cure for Your Capital Campaign Conundrums, and Haggai & Friends: A Stewardship Story. Pat has also authored many stewardship fundraising image building articles for a variety of publications.

Pat serves on the national faculty of the Christian Leadership Alliance (CLA) and was honored by CLA as the “Outstanding Stewardship Educator” for 2008.

Pat is a graduate of Denver Baptist Theological Seminary and a Michigan High School Athletic Association baseball and softball umpire. He and his wife are active members of Kentwood Community Church.

About Our Sponsor

 CLA appreciates the generous support of its sponsor, The National Christian Foundation (NCF).

Every day, the team at the NCF serves generous givers just like you with creative solutions, like-minded relationships, and an online giving experience like no other.With God’s grace and provision, they are mobilizing billions of dollars for the churches and ministries doing His work around the corner, and around the world. Learn more at www.NationalChristian.com

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