Tools to Boost Stewardship and Giving for Ministry Growth

Are you ready to cultivate a culture of stewardship in your community?

Whether you are looking to address the "summer slump" in giving this year, prepare to launch a new ministry, or need to increase donations to meet operational expenses, there are tools and tactics available to help. Northeastern Seminary is hosting a free, one-hour webinar on Tuesday, May 28 at 12:00 p.m. (EDT) for ministry and community leaders like you.

At this webinar, you will:

  • Identify strategies to build a culture of giving, mission building, and service
  • Find fresh inspiration and resources to engage your community in God honoring giving
  • Build a vision for faithful stewardship that extends the impact and mission of your church
  • Develop a picture of your organization's giving and fundraising needs
  • Leverage resources and tools to maximize giving or capital campaign efforts
REGISTER FOR THE FREE WEBINAR

If you are unavailable on May 28, you can still register for the free webinar to receive access to additional downloadable resources and a link to the webinar on demand after the live event.

Meet the Instructor

Rev. Fredrick Johnson

Rev. Dr. Fredrick Johnson, Sr., serves as senior pastor at First Genesis Baptist Church in Rochester, NY. Under his pastoral leadership, the First Genesis Baptist Church has experienced membership and spiritual growth. Rev. Johnson has participated in every facet of church ministry with a passion for evangelism, teaching, preaching, and community building.

Rev. Johnson has years of experience in developing and leading non-profit and charity organizations with a focus on community development. His expertise in this area grew out of his first career of more than 20 years in the private sector working for multinational corporations.

Outside of his ministry and work as a business and community leader, Rev. Johnson adjunct teaches Fundamentals of Finance for Ministers and Churches at Northeastern Seminary and serves on the Seminary’s clergy council. Rev. Johnson holds numerous degrees including a Bachelor of Science from Delaware State University, Master in Business Administration from Rochester Institute of Technology, Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry from Northeastern Seminary.