Rev. Tom Barlow; email email@example.com;
Office: Bacon 207, 303-765-3176
Work week is Tuesday - Saturday (I take Mondays as a Sabbath day with my wife)
Cell phone for emergencies: 719-640-6726
Rev. Dr. Tom Wolfe; email firstname.lastname@example.org
This course is designed to equip future congregational and non-profit leaders for effective fundraising. Students will learn fundraising methodologies grounded in the theology of Christian Stewardship and general principles of Philanthropy. Core themes include:
- An exploration of Biblical perspectives on money and stewardship
- Consideration of the theological issues regarding scarcity and abundance
- Practical aspects of fundraising, stewardship, and donor acquisition and retention
Learning in the Online (Hybrid) Environment
Resources and Course-Long Discussions
Modules View of course - (Week-by-week)
An article regarding Mintzberg's concepts of Deliberate and Emergent Strategies
The Duke Studies: the 2006-2007 study, and the 2015 update.
The Budget of Ministries from Cycles of Discipleship (now out of print, sadly), and Barlow's deployment of that in a local church setting.
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