Workshop: How to Create a Culture of Generosity

Workshop: How to Create a Culture of Generosity

Pastors, Pastoral Staff and Church Leaders Are Cordially Invited to Generosity Workshop:

How To Create A Culture Of Generosity

July 16 2019 5PM –7PM

“You will be enriched in every way so that you can be generous on every occasion, and through us your generosity will result in thanksgiving to God.”
Corinthians 9:11 NIV

Featuring Special Guest Speaker

Carla Maxwell Ray

Generosity Strategist, Generis

Empowering pastors and leaders to create a culture of generosity in the church that is both sustainable and contagious.

A light dinner will be served

Evangelical Reformed United Church Of Christ
15 West Church St. | Frederick, Md 21701

Please Rsvp by Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Anastasia Kornilova
301-631-2670 x108

This workshop is hosted by the Religious Coalition for Emergency and Human Needs.

Carla Maxwell Ray, Creative Business Advisor
My goal in life is to glorify God by using my gifts for seeing possibilities and empowering others to achieve, advance and fund their vision for their lives, churches and organizations. As a Senior Generosity Strategist with Generis, I have two decades of experience generating funds for worthy causes. My experience includes large, medium and small churches and nonprofits across the country. I held positions in advancement at Spelman College, Morehouse College, Morehouse School of Medicine, Boys & Girls Clubs of America and University of Maryland College Park. The common denominator in all of these experiences is my ability to successfully help raise the funds needed to advance the mission of each church and nonprofit organization.

As a visionary leader, my expertise includes generosity coaching, fundraising, marketing, strategic planning, external relations, Board development, and non-profit management. I helped to successfully conclude many campaigns, cumulatively raising over $1 Billion. Recently, I authored a book entitled Five Pillars of a First Class Life. Throughout my career, I worked with pastors, CEOs, philanthropists, Christian leaders, dignitaries, and celebrities. God blessed me to graduate Valedictorian from my undergraduate class at Lincoln University and also I have an MBA from the University of Delaware. My husband and I live debt free and coach others in that path including the churches and nonprofits I serve. My passions for innovation, finance and healthy living positively impact my family, the Christian community and all those I encounter.


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