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We've been there. And can show you how as well. The private Christian School market is sometimes complex, with all the competing issues you will face. Choosing curriculum, recruiting and retaining top-notch faculty, weighing athletics versus education, maintaining legal compliance, satisfying target audiences, and managing annual and capital fundraising. Kent...

On Friday, December 9th, Tabor College of Hillsboro, Kansas dedicated their $13 million Shari Flaming Center for the Arts. Through the determination and enthusiasm of Dr. Jules Glanzer; Ron Braun, VP for Advancement; Trustees, the Advancement team and the entire Tabor family, Tabor completed this...

Excerpts from Growing and Building - Faith, Prayer and Leadership by Bruce L. Fister, Lieutenant General, USAF, Retired published 2017 Saquaro Publishing   Officer's Christian Fellowship (OCF) has a vision to positively impact the military through Christ-like leaders. Their mission is to engage military leaders in Biblical fellowship and...

I recently helped my mom update her estate plans and discovered three significant problems: 1) One of the non-profits is no longer in business, 2) Several organizations have new leadership and may drift away from their original mission that first attracted my mom, and 3) Over the past 15 years, my mom has begun supporting new ministries that were not reflected in her estate plans. Organizations and donors’ giving interests tend to change over time. How can donors keep their estate plans in sync with their giving desires?
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