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I have a goal – to help you raise your part of one billion dollars for Christian ministries and community-based organizations by the year 2020. How? Through two essentials in development: vision casting and relationship building. I call this campaign “Vision 2020.” It has the potential to have a major worldwide impact on organizations.

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Raise Your Vision

Do This to Make Your Organization Sustainable by Mike Stickler

September 02, 2014

Every organization needs support if it’s going to last, and they commonly rely on marketing to drum it up. Marketing is important in getting the word out, letting folks know who we are and what we do. But we have to let go of the idea that we’ll just keep telling people about the needs we have in our organization and they’re going to keep responding and volunteering and supporting, because they’re not. Studies are showing that. The real key to building a sustainable nonprofit is stewardship of your relationships, whether with individuals, foundations, or corporations. Stewardship is not just raising funds. It’s really an opportunity to build a sustainable nonprofit by ministering to a population of your ministry. God...

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To Build Local Support, Focus First on Relationships by Mike Stickler

August 26, 2014

You may know that we at the Vision Group are big on building genuine relationships with funders, relationships in which you seek first to find ways to minister to them. As you take that focus, what ends up happening is you’re never really short of resource. The resource is always there, and it’s sustainable because you’ve spent the time to build lifelong relationships with those folks. It’s just an issue of looking and finding out what relationships and resources God has brought about and learning how to step up to those. Why is relationship so important? Just because that is how Christ deals with people. When we read the stories of Jesus in the gospels, it’s all relationships, from the...

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