This post was written originally in August 2018. But it was definitely worth a repost as a helpful little list of 9 things to do when entering back into a season of raising support. So if you are a worker who is reentering a season of raising support – this is for you! I hope you find it helpful! – JF
Recently, I attended a conference where I met with numerous workers who have lived off of support for a long time. Some of them had been in their assignments for over 15 years! Most of the workers I connected with are coming back home to enter into itineration and wanted some advice on how to best navigate a new successful season of support raising.
I found in my conversations that I was encouraging these workers to do several strategic things before they came back home, and I thought it would be helpful to share those ideas here. So, if you are already in your assignment and are gearing up for another season of raising up your team – this is for you! If you haven’t raised your support and haven’t made it to your assignment, tuck this post away for the future you! I hope these give you great ideas of where to start before you land back home. – JF
I hope this gave you some helpful ideas! Below are some links with further information.
Here’s a link for more information on Connect Cards
Here’s a link for more information on Case Documents
Here’s a link for more information on Appointment Kits and Pastor Packets
Here’s a link for more information on Fundraising and Non-Fundraising Events
One thought on “So You’re Doing Another Round of Support Raising? 9 Things To Get Started Early”
Thank you so much for all of your emails and suggestions for raising support. They are always filled with great information. I confess that I may not read them when I get them, but I always save them for reference when I have questions.
One suggestion for improvement is to have your pictochart with higher contrast text. For those of us who are getting older, contrast is a big deal in being able to read content. I already have to adjust the font size to see well. Yellow/gold on white is really difficult to read. Please give this some consideration for the future.
Blessings, Jean Gallagher Seasoned Souls
On Wed, Apr 21, 2021 at 12:21 PM Financial Partnership Development wrote:
> Jenn Fortner posted: ” This post was written originally in August 2018. > But it was definitely worth a repost as a helpful little list of 9 things > to do when entering back into a season of raising support. So if you are a > worker who is reentering a season of raising support – t” >