The surest way to block creativity is to pretend you already know all the answers. So don’t. Instead, be a learner.
I’m learning from ministries what it looks like to be the hands and feet of Christ as they navigate that, as they try to awaken the apathetic among us, and work through persecution.
In times of significant change, it can be very tempting to buy into the narrative that “everything is changing; therefore, we must change EVERYTHING!” While this can be healthy in the sense that nothing is sacred, it can also be dangerous.
What’s next for fundraising and marketing? Will the events of 2020 permanently change the way ministries fundraise and market? And if so, what does that look like in this “next … Read More
There are many reasons why even the best-run nonprofits aren’t growing today. But here’s the most likely: The lack of a revenue-generation strategy that will succeed in the most challenging … Read More
A couple of weeks ago, in our blog post The 2018 Google Grants Changes (Part I): What Do They Mean for You?, we talked about how Google Grants policies have … Read More
In this season of celebration, as the year-end fast approaches, we at Masterworks take this moment to pause and celebrate…you. We celebrate you, your life, your accomplishments and, especially, the … Read More
From FastCompany: “Ever since the introduction of mandatory fruits and vegetables for schoolchildren, kids have eaten less of them than before. The Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act, introduced in 2010 and … Read More