Do you ever wonder what is the best way to ask a pastor for financial support? Perhaps you are like a lot of christian workers I know, trying to figure out how to get started. This video goes into some of the basics – I hope you find it helpful. – JF
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Jenn Fortner is a seasoned fundraising coach with over 10 years of experience. Currently Jenn serves Eurasia Assembly of God World Missionaries and provides guided training and coaching to over 100 missionaries. Right out of college Jenn began to raise her own funds for ministry assignments and quickly realized a heart for not only ministry, but for the people who served as her financial and spiritual team throughout years of ministry. Jenn began a journey of coaching others called to ministry to develop a relational approach to raising their funds, and has coached over 300 missionaries throughout their journey of fundraising.
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3 thoughts on “How to Contact Pastors for Financial Support”
I have a webinar I do about once a year on this topic. This video so reinforces what we try to get across to our new and vet missionaries.
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I do an occasional webinar on this topic (Building Relationships with Churches [for MPD] and this video truly reinforces what we talk about in the webinar.
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So glad to hear it Paul!