When Money Goes on Mission

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Format: Paperback

Vendor: Moody Publishers

Publication Date: March 05, 2019

ISBN: 0802418848

ISBN-13: 9780802418845

Number of Pages: 288

Dimensions: 8.50 × 5.50 (inches)

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Build high-trust ministry partnerships that are effective and joy-filled

We’ve all seen fundraising and giving done poorly, but how do we get it right? Rob Martin was a grant maker for over twenty years and has been in and around the world of funding for a long time. He shares all that he’s learned about fundraising and giving in today’s world, the do’s and don’t, and how it can be a mutual blessing to all parties involved. He will teach you:

  • how the paradigm of giving is changing in the 21st century
  • how to craft a vision that donors will hear and appreciate
  • how to build strong, successful relationships between donors and fundraisers

This is an essential read for any Christian who gives or receives money. Ministry partnerships can be robust relationships that bring immense joy and remind us of our unity in Christ; this book will show you how.

Author Info

ROB MARTIN has been involved in Christian ministry since his conversion in 1976. He first served as the editor of a Christian publication and then for six years with the Orange County Rescue Mission, Orange County, CA, before becaming General Manager of Fieldstead & Company, a private philanthropy of Howard and Robert Ahmanson. He later served as Executive Director of First Fruit, Inc. and has been with this organization in a full time capacity since 2009, serving ministries and colleague foundations as a coach on a variety of organizational issues. Rob was educated as a journalist, and spent his formative career years in newspaper work. He and his wife, Bev, have raised three daughters and reside at Useless Bay on Whidbey Island, WA.

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