The Seven Deadly Sins of Christian Fundraising

The Seven Deadly Sins of Christian Fundraising

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Seven Deadly Sins? They may not be what you think they are. Follow Dr. Rodin as he unpacks a new way of looking at the dynamics of raising money for Christian work. Based on over twenty-two years of experience, Rodin weaves sound Biblical theology with practical experience to challenge anyone who works in Christian fund raising.

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Seven Deadly Sins? They may not be what you think they are. Follow Dr. Rodin as he unpacks a new way of looking at the dynamics of raising money for Christian work. Based on over twenty-two years of experience, Rodin weaves sound Biblical theology with practical experience to challenge anyone who works in Christian fund raising as a professional, pastor or volunteer.

“Scott’s Seven Deadly Sins are instructive and challenging in and of themselves but the theological context in which he positions them is brilliantly conceived and articulated. This should be mandatory reading for everyone in Christian development work.”
– Dick Towner, Secretary Good Sense Ministry, Willow Creek Association

“Scott has given us a “battle plan” for being faithful to our calling as ministers of the Gospel through our roles in the stewardship army.”
– Richard Epps, Ed.D., President, Youth for Christ Foundation

“I am stirred every time I encounter this teaching. When Christian fundraisers fully grasp and live out these truths, donors’ hearts will be moved in response to God. The result will be powerful!”
– Shelley Cochrane, Director of Mobilization, Vice President for Development, TEAM

“Every Christian stewardship professional needs to read this book. You will gain a theological framework that will change your life personally and transform your approach to raising up stewards in the Kingdom.”
– Gary Hoag, Vice President of Advancement, Denver Seminary

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