How to Lead Your Organization to Be a Reconciling Community
People form communities and communities form people. Christian communities ought to be reconciling communities, but unfortunately, too many Christian communities mirror the same practices as secular communities around conflict and division. In this breakout session, we'll introduce the 5 practices leaders need to build a reconciling community within their organization.
David M. Bailey, Founder and Executive DirectorArrabon
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1. Reporting your Organization's Impact 2. How to convert new donors to major donors 3. The Asking Process 4. How to get new donors
Breakout Session #2
1. TDS 101 2. Getting more out of your board 3. How to cultivate donors in a virtual world 4. Keeping your Strategic Plan Flexible and Nimble
David M. Bailey, Executive Director with Arrabon, believes that the Church should lead by example in cross-cultural engagement and reconciliation. He’s the founder and executive director of Arrabon, a ministry that equips and empowers Christians to be effective in the ministry of reconciliation. David is an active speaker, consultant, and strategist for many national organizations about cultural intelligence and culture-making. He is the co-author of the Race, Class, and the Kingdom of God Study Series. David was named by Christianity Today as one of “The Twenty Most Creative Christians We Know” and is the executive producer of the Urban Doxology Project. He's rooted at East End Fellowship and serves as a teaching elder there. David's greatest honor in life is to be married to his wonderful and beautiful wife, Joy.