Reinvent Funding

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Featuring Steve Pike, Jason Bowman, and Scott Woller

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Cracking the Code of 21st Century Ministry 
Episode 3 — Reinvent Funding

A Self-Sustained, Self-Funded Ministry Is Possible.

We’re currently seeing massive changes in the ways churches fund themselves. Traditional fundraising methods such as opening up your doors then asking new disciples to give 10% — are ineffective when you’re winning people who have never attended church before. But there’s hope!

Scott Woller started a self-funded and self-sustaining church network that’s thriving over a decade later. And on our next episode, he’ll share how he has effectively used for-profit business as a ministry to help support the church and get people connected.

This episode is all about funding:

  • Pragmatic answers to sustain your ministry in any environment
  • Learn five revenue streams we believe every church should cultivate
  • Spark momentum to produce resources and revenue that develops a pathway to the future

Featured Guest

Scott Woller

North Loop Pastor, Corner Church

Dr. Melissa Patton

Chief Operations Officer at both Victory Church and The Victory Corporation

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Featured Guest

Scott Woller

Scott Woller is the pastor of Corner Church in downtown Minneapolis. Scott and his wife Amber have two daughters, Kaiya and Abrea. Scott and Amber planted Corner Church in 2005. Life is busy, but Scott still enjoys speaking at youth camps, conventions and retreats.

Dr. Melissa Patton

Dr. Melissa Patton serves as the Chief Operations Officer at both Victory Church and The Victory Corporation. She is an impassioned educator as well as an innovative and thriving entrepreneur. Melissa has devoted a lifetime to assisting people to better understand their purpose and potential through the vehicles of education, business development, and strategic planning. She received a bachelor’s degree in English and creative writing from Drake University, a master’s degree in community counseling from Concordia University, and a doctor of education degree in higher education and organizational change from Benedictine University. She's married to Pastor Stanley and they have two sons Micah and Mason Patton.

Co-Hosts

Steve Pike

Steve Pike is the founding director of the Church Multiplication Network and led church planting for the Assemblies of God. Recently, he left the Assemblies of God leadership and became the founding director of the Urban Islands Project, a forerunner of city-focused church planting strategy.

Jason Bowman

Jason lives outside of St. Louis with his wife Ashley and their two children. He is passionate about helping people live life to the fullest. His 20 years of ministry experience include: National Young Adult ministry, church planting, as well as staff roles at large growing churches. As a founding partner at ArtSpeak Creative he has helped the agency grow from 2 to over 15 team members helping hundreds of organizations across the country and around the world cultivate their stories of life change. As a certified speaker, consultant, and coach on the John Maxwell Team, Jason has personally worked with for-profit executives and some of the largest ministries in the country. His personal story of radical life change sets a foundation to come alongside any person and any organization and help them grow.

Patrick Bradley

An experienced practitioner in the practical nuts & bolts of planting churches, Patrick has directly supported scores of church planters since 2007. As a project manager for Passion for Planting, he walks alongside church planters during their 7- to 10-month prelaunch phase, helping them with everything from filing formation paperwork to plotting strategies and creating healthy systems for the new church. He helps planters put wheels on their vision so that it becomes reality.

We are better together!

“I have given them the glory that you gave me, that they may be one as we are one—I in them and you in me—so that they may be brought to complete unity. Then the world will know that you sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me.”
John 17:22-23

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