Stories & Stewardship 2019!
40% full!! Space is limited!
At Stories and Stewardship, you will learn:
How to craft your story
How to cultivate stories for your organization
How to communicate your story through different channels
How to design a story calendar
How to meet the needs of your donors
why your prospective partners aren't yet giving
Everyone who attends will also receive these 2 FREE Books from Mike G. Williams & Jack Eason.
WHAT? Stories and Stewardship 2019 is a 4 day, 3 night event designed to help non-profits better tell their stories to their donors, partners, and supporters so as to steward the resources that have been given to them. Sessions will include content that will help those in attendance learn to tell their stories, find out what a partner really wants (and needs) to hear, and how to take your story and gain support for your cause.
WHEN? April 7-10, 2019, starts the evening of the 7th, ends morning of the 10th. Detailed schedule will be posted soon.
WHERE? Beautiful N. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, The Conference Center, 2250 Premier Resort Blvd. N. Myrtle Beach, SC 29582
WHO? Our time together is limited only by space, so the first 50 friends that sign up will be able to participate
in our STORIES AND STEWARDSHIP Event.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST? The Heart Share Group is covering the conference fees for the first 50 people that sign up.
There IS a $100 Fee that locks in your space so we aren't turning people away without committed participants.
DETAILS: You are responsible for your travel. If flying, you can fly into Myrtle Beach airport.
You are also responsible for your lodging and some of your meals. Breakfasts will be provided on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday mornings. And Monday and Tuesday lunch is provided.
Our Conference Hotel
Marriott, Barefoot Landing, click for details!
REALLY, WHY? WHY IS HEART SHARE DOING THIS?
Our team at Heart Share understands the importance of Christian non-profits. We continue to see non-profits struggle that can not tell their story well. That, in turn, results in lost revenue, revenue that could further ministry.
There may be other conferences/summits/events that you can attend, but this get-a-way will be small, intimate, intentional time and will also leave time for personal renewal and reflection. We believe investing in you will pay eternal dividends for you, your staff, your partners, and your community that is well worth our partnership. It will also allow time for conversation with peers that will encourage and inspire you as we share ideas and dreams together.
OUR CONFERENCE FACILITATORS
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Bill Sammons is also a veteran broadcaster and videographer. Additionally, he is the General Manager of The Bridge, a non-profit media ministry with radio frequencies across Delaware and Maryland. His ministry is listener supported, and community funded, so he understands the importance of connecting stories to stewardship.
Brian Bird is a 30-year veteran of the Hollywood film and television business. Brian Bird's mission as a writer, producer and media professional is to create high-caliber life-affirming redemptive true stories and uplifting entertainment projects. Some folks know him best for his recent movie, "The Case for Christ" and his Television series, "When Calls the Heart." He knows all about storytelling.
Jack Eason leads a non-profit ministry along with Mike Williams that impacts families in the Dominican Republic. He also serves other non-profit organizations around the country, helping raise tens of millions of dollars annually for pregnancy resource centers, mission agencies, and listener supported stations.
Mike Williams uses his unique humor and motivational gifts to fundraise for thousands of non-profit, church, and PRC causes. His fundraising numbers are well into the multi-millions. He has been Ambassador Speakers most re-booked fundraising speaker for over 15 years. Mike is the author of twelve books and serves non-profits every week of the year.
Lynette Eason is a former educator turned best-selling author. Her books have appeared on the ECPA and CBA bestseller lists and have won several awards and one of her recent books, "Her Stolen Past," was turned into a Lifetime Movie. After 50 books, she knows the importance of storytelling.
Kneeland Brown has served as the dean of the DeVoe School of Business at Indiana Wesleyan University. Previously, he worked in various capacities at Azusa Pacific University and Focus on the Family. He now is President of Trinity Academy in Wichita, KS. Biblical stewardship seems to be a forgotten teaching today and Kneeland mixes his challenges to follow God's Word with memorable stories that will have you laughing.