A podcast about everyday life in pursuit of a greater purpose – Find your voice. Tell your story. Change the world.
Mission and vision are words we hear often, but we can struggle to differentiate between them. As leaders, communicators, and fundraisers, the confusion can cost us.
We have a great cause! Why won’t people join us? Why don’t they give?
Maybe it’s because we’re not being clear. They can’t see the big picture, and they don’t understand what we’re doing or how what we do fits in with the big picture. In this episode, I’m talking about v...
Fundraising doesn’t have to be a chore! Why should it be? We get to invite people into a greater story. David Oaks and I had a fun conversation about the simple things you can put into practice today to build better relationships and raise more money for your mission.
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How do we get past that nagging feeling that we aren't qualified or "ready" to do that thing we're supposed to do?
Imposter syndrome is that feeling many of us get when we start something new, where we question our qualifications, our abilities, or even our right to be involved at all. Jennifer Harshman works with people who want to make a difference, mostly writers and entrepreneurs. She says imposter syndrome is so...
How can moments of slow living create an island of peace in our daily lives? Jodi Grubbs is a slow living advocate and host of the Our Island in the City podcast. Here are some of the ways we can slow down and connect in the midst of our busy lives.
Our Island in the City
Connect with Jodi on Instagram @jodi.grubbs
Get Out of the Boat, A Bible-Based Business Virtual Retreat, April 30, 2021
Chris Staron is an award-winning filmmaker, an author, comedian, and podcaster. As host of the Truce Podcast, Chris uses journalistic tools to provide history and context to better understand the Christian church today. He gives us an inside look into his storytelling process, and why the stories we tell are so important.
Connect with Chris at trucepodcast.com
What's keeping your nonprofit or ministry from being fully funded?
Mary Valloni lays down some truth to help us overcome the lies we believe about money and fundraising. Plus, simple things you can do today to start your journey to Fully Funded.
Connect with Mary at maryvalloni.com and at fullyfundedacademy.com
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Misty Phillip is using her gifts and her calling to bring people together. In 2020, she hosted two events–one live, right before the lockdown–and the second as a virtual event. We talked about the differences and similarities between live and virtual events, Misty’s personal journey of faith, and cultivating community.
About Misty Phillip
Misty is a dreamer and a doer who believes we are all here for a reason and that we are created ...
If you've ever wanted to start a podcast, this is for you. But not only podcasts, we're talking about going where your audience is, the process of creating content, and how to get your message out to the world.
Alana is a podcast coach, editor, and podcast producer who is on a mission to take the overwhelm, frustration, & stress out of podcasting, and put the fun back in! Alana is the host of The Podcasting Party P...
I sat down with Brandy Wallner of Hope*Writers to talk about three things writers and creatives need to succeed.
1. A guide
2. Good, fresh information
Brandy is a community writer for Hope*Writers, tasked with building community and keeping members on track.
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Do you dream of publishing your writing but you’re not sure what to do next (or where to start)? Check out t...
Tom Lane is the apostolic senior pastor at Gateway Church and author of Tested and Approved: 21 Lessons for Life and Ministry
Tom Lane is the apostolic senior pastor at Gateway Church in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. As an elder, he provides spiritual governance for Gateway’s ministries. As a pastor to pastors, Tom is a long-term, trusted Christian leader. Tom has written many books including Heritage: A Father’s Influence to the...
Some thoughts on the hope of Christmas, and I share shorts from my friends in the Christian Podcasters Association.
But the angel said to them, "Do not be afraid. I bring you good news that will cause great joy for all the people." ? Luke 2:10
Several friends eager to run into the New Year have asked me, “Do you have your word for 2021?” Actually, I don't have a single word. I have a phrase from the song O Holy Night. Th...
Sometimes a single word or phrase has the power to change the course of our lives, and “Chickening IN” is that word for JJ Gutierrez. This little twist on a familiar phrase launched JJ into a transformational journey from fear to faith. Her book, Chickening IN: From Fear to Courageous Faith, 8 Pillars of Transformation, is a practical guide to defeating fear and doubt. I spoke with JJ in February, but we especially need her message...
How do you define success? Is it financial? Family? Creative or business achievements? Or does it have to do with something else?
Tim Winders is a Performance Coach and author who specializes in helping Executive Teams and Entrepreneurial Leaders maximize their potential by looking beyond traditional “cookie-cutter” methods that often limit the creative process. A lifelong student, he thrives on helping people discover how to live ...
What happens when you play catch every day for a year?
Ethan Bryan played catch on New Year's Day with his daughters. Then they had an idea. "Dad, what if you played catch every day for an entire year?"
That's 365 days of catch! It's 500 catch partners, 10 states, and 12,000 miles, rain, wind, and snow. It's about play, letting our guard down, and connecting with each other.
Do you have a story about how play ...
Today I’d like to take my 14 years experience managing a nonprofits and offer help for leaders in this area.
Download the guide at kayhelm.com/npguide.
1) A Spirituality of Fundraising, by Henri J.M. Nouwen
You can read this through in one sitting. It’s only 50-60 pages. And it deals with the most important part of your fundraising–your mind. So many people start because of passion, but then run into a wall because fundraising feels ...
Brian J Dixon on making money in ministry, taking care of relationships, and having those difficult but important conversations.
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Joyce Glass is The Write Coach, helping writers through the process of writing and completing their books.
Doubt can be a gift, because it alerts us when something's amiss. Here's a way to engage doubt without getting burned.
We rarely see doubt as a good thing. It’s been called a dream-killer. Something to overcome or push through. And certainly, doubt can be destructive. But I propose we take another look at the gift of doubt.
Doubt can be hard to define but it plays out in indecision, hesitation, busywork, loss of enthusiasm, e...
Interview with Mike Lane of Hope Bridges, a nonprofit serving over one-hundred children in northern Thailand with food, clothing, education, and basic health care.
Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.
This is what the news should sound like. The biggest stories of our time, told by the best journalists in the world. Hosted by Michael Barbaro. Twenty minutes a day, five days a week, ready by 6 a.m.
If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.
It’s a lighthearted nightmare in here, weirdos! Morbid is a true crime, creepy history and all things spooky podcast hosted by an autopsy technician and a hairstylist. Join us for a heavy dose of research with a dash of comedy thrown in for flavor.
If you've ever wanted to know about champagne, satanism, the Stonewall Uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Nino, true crime and Rosa Parks then look no further. Josh and Chuck have you covered.