*NEW DATE & Location*
October 17-18 — hosted by Luis Palau Association Office—1500 NW 167th Place Beaverton, OR 97006
Training to help workers to quickly raise personal support for their ministry
—Learn how to get to the field fully funded fast
Scott Morton, International Funding Coach for The Navigators.
Learn fundraising best practices and create a plan during this two day Connexion event with the Scott Morton, author of “Funding Your Ministry” (Whether You’re Gifted or Not). Fundraising for missions and ministry does not need to be a mystery.
Scott Morton is a veteran fundraiser and his Funding Your Ministry book and workshops have helped thousands of people raise support and get into the mission field. This Friday night and all day Saturday learning event will equip you with the knowledge that you need and give you a jump start toward raising the support that you need for your mission. At the end of this event you will have a plan and place and the informational resources that you need to work toward full funding.
Individual $65 or Couple $90, Student $45
The cost for this event includes:
- -The book, “Funding Your Ministry” by Scott Morton
- -Snacks & drinks during the event
- -Continental breakfast & catered lunch on Saturday
Quick Event Outline:
Friday Registration starts at 5:30pm with introductions beginning at 6:15pm and dismissal at 8:30pm
Saturday Breakfast starts at 8:30am with first session beginning at 9:30am. One hour catered lunch begins at 12:00pm. Prayer and dismissal at 4:30pm.
See also video: What is a ConneXion Training Event?
About Scott Morton:
Scott serves as International Funding Coach for The Navigators. For fourteen years he led Navigator campus and marketplace ministries, in which he worked with students, businesspeople, and missionaries both stateside and overseas. Then for over 12 years he served as Vice President of The Navigators US Development Ministry. Scott enjoys helping people grow in their spiritual journeys through small-group Bible studies and one-on-one mentoring. He has written numerous articles for Discipleship Journal and is author of Fund Your Ministry–Whether You’re Gifted or Not (Dawson Media). He and his wife, Alma, live in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and have two married daughters, a married son, and four grandchildren.