SRS Podcast

SRS Podcast

Whether you are just starting out or a seasoned veteran, we're devoted to bringing you thoughtful content through practical tips and real life stories to help you on your support raising journey. Aaron J. Babyar serves as the Training Director of Support Raising Solutions and Exago, and is the lead national trainer of SRS Bootcamp. Aaron and his family have lived and ministered on support since 2003, but the road hasn’t been an easy one. Aaron willingly shares about his many mistakes that initially impeded his support raising progress. Aaron eventually sought a biblical perspective and helpful training, and God blessed him with a true support team that continues to pray for and financially support his ministry. Inspired and mentored by Steve Shadrach, founder of SRS, Aaron has now trained thousands in raising personal support. He has also helped coach hundreds of Ministry Partner Development Trainers and Coaches from Great Commission ministries across the world. The guests of the SRS Podcast are active in raising and living on full support, and are invited to share their wisdom and insights to help other support raisers in the process of developing and maintaining their team of ministry partners.... Show More

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Paul Rutherford with Probe Ministries talks about the struggle to explain what happens when a ministry vision/mission are not naturally understood to most people.

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Jenn Fortner is a support raising coach, primarily working with AGWM Eurasia, and she brings some perspective about what support raising is looking like in the first two months of pandemic

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Scott Morton of The Navigators and author of several books,  challenges "the supported" towards a particular type of communication in this unique time.

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Meghan Craig, Associate Director at Tarleton Baptist Student Ministries, shares about the difficulty of balancing the proper time and focus in juggling her "normal" job and helping to make organizational changes.

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May 3, 2020 27 min

Meghan Craig, Associate Director at Tarleton Baptist Student Ministries, shares how she influenced changes in her organization, even though she wasn't in charge.

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April 26, 2020 30 min

"Tony" addresses the damaging but sometimes prevalent culture of "poor talk" within missions.

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Unspecified guest C that raised full support in a closed country discusses their process.

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Unspecified guest B that raised full support in a closed country discusses their process.

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Barbara Bowman works with DickersonBakker, which focuses on advancing nonprofits. She shares about prioritizing your donors.

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Dabney Robinson, National Associate Director of Ministry Partnership Development with Intervarsity, shares how she is helping lead their team around the topic of MPD during this unique time.

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Kennex Chi, Collegiate Ethnic Development Lead of The Navigators, brings a good word about being courageous in MPD, even during a pandemic!

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Jenn Fortner oversees Financial Partnership Development for Eurasia with Assemblies of God World Missions and talks about what to say when calling for a video support appointment during this crisis.

https://jennfortner.com/

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Michele Davis, Director of Innovation & Resources for CRU, discusses how a virtual MPD appointment via video might be a short-term option for support raising during this unique time in history.

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How do you care for your partners during the Coronavirus crisis? Scott Morton discusses this thought in the midst of this difficult time.

https://supportraisingsolutions.org/coronavirus-and-fundraising

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As lock-downs and crisis is happening, hear an in-the-moment discussion with a missionary in SE ASIA.

https://supportraisingsolutions.org/survival-guide-to-raising-support-during-the-coronavirus-part-1/

https://jennfortner.com/

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Unspecified guest A that raised full support in a closed country discusses their process.

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March 15, 2020 35 min

Ellis Goldstein, Director of Ministry Partner Development with CRU, further delves into the idea of support raisers being givers as well.

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March 8, 2020 33 min

Ellis Goldstein, Director of Ministry Partner Development with CRU, digs into the process of learning and discovering the joy of giving.

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Steve Shadrach, founder of SRS and the Center for Mission Mobilization, discusses the powerful role support raising plays in mobilization.

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February 23, 2020 22 min

Steve Shadrach, founder of SRS, discusses rejection and difficult appointments.

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