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Stewardship & Fundraising Training

CCCC’s popular stewardship course is now online!

Our first stewardship webinar series, recorded in the fall of 2014, is now available for purchase.  The full series includes

  • on-demand access to nine recorded webinars;
  • printable handouts for all sessions;
  • a free hard copy or e-copy of the Stewardship Handbook for Christian Ministries, Volume 2 (a $75 value)

Each webinar in the series is also available for individual purchase.

Our second stewardship webinar series is scheduled for winter 2015. This nine-part live webinar series will cover new topics and expand your knowledge of stewardship and fundraising from a biblical perspective.

The live webinars will run every Wednesday from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. (Eastern Time) from Jan. 14 to Mar. 11. A recorded version of the series will be offered at a later date. You can purchase the webinars individually or after the live course is completed, buy access to the whole e-course at a discounted rate and receive a free handbook.

CFRE Continuing Education Points 

Full participation in Stewardship & Fundraising for Christian Ministries - Winter 2015 (E-Course) is applicable for 9 CFRE points.

RELATED RESOURCES AVAILABLE AT THE CCCC STORE

Stewardship Handbook, Volume I <i>[Paperback]</i>

Stewardship Handbook (Volume I)
Whether you are a church considering a building fund campaign or a large ministry with development staff, this handbook is an essential, accessible resource.

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Stewardship Handbook, Volume 2 <i> [Paperback]</i>

Stewardship Handbook (Volume 2)
Whether you are planning a major fundraising event, creating a social media strategy, or figuring out how to use new technology for facilitating donations, you will find practical, faith-infused resources in this comprehensive handbook.

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"This material is an excellent tool to help manage the important legal and ethical responsibilities of resource development. But more importantly, it gives practical steps that will help us create a new culture of generosity."

— Sandy Crozier, Stewardship Development Director, The Free Methodist Church in Canada.