Why You Should Count the Cost of Being a Foster Parent

A panel of foster parents share the joy and pain of their experiences and call believers to count the cost and consider foster care.

3 Barriers to Local Mission 

God’s people should love the marginalized because God loves them. Numerous barriers prevent us from actually loving them, here are 3 of the most prevalent.  

5 Tangible Steps to Connecting with a Business Advisor

How does a nonprofit executive director tap into decades of experiences from a business advisor? Here are 5 tangible steps to connecting with a business advisor

Reimagining Mercy

The word "mercy" is thrown around a lot these days, but few of us have a holistic understanding of the word. How should biblical mercy inform the way we treat others?

3 C's to Being on Mission in the Margins of the City

God calls Christians to cities as culture creators while correcting brokenness and injustice. Here are three practical ways to be for the marginalized in our cities.

7 Ways to Recognize Volunteers

Thanking volunteers seems as simple as saying “good job” to volunteers. However, real harm can be done when leaders undervalue showing genuine gratitude.

3 Ways Board Members can Serve an Executive Director

To develop trust, respect, and transparency, a board and executive director must be aligned on passion, prioritizing healthy conversations and mutual accountability.

How the Volunteer/Staff Relationship Is Changing

Nonprofit volunteer managers are expected to interact with every volunteer. Demands of a changing social sector call for a new strategy.

Imago Dei - The Crown of Creation

God made human beings the crown of His creation, but we can often forget this when ministering to broken people.

Why It’s Not Enough to “Just Preach the Gospel”

Through the life and ministry of Jesus, we see that Christians are called to proclaim the gospel and also to demonstrate the gospel.

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