The Future of Church Giving
How to Develop a Major Gifts Ministry
Tuesday, May 17 |  Cottonwood Creek Church, Allen, TX
$68 Trillion...
that's the estimated amount of wealth passing from Boomers to Gen X and Millennials. America's fast-growing churches are innovatively using major gifts to fund ministry today! Imagine what your church could do with large cash and non-cash gifts!

Join us for a 6-hour training intensive that will teach you the step-by-step process for developing a culture of whole-life generosity.

Position your church to be the trusted recipient of major gifts that fuel ministry today!

What You'll Learn –
• How to Inflation-Proof Your Church Giving
• Current Wealth Statistics & Demographics of Givers
• How to Use Cryptocurrency & Creative Funding Options
• How to Start A Major Gifts Ministry
• How to Identify Your High-Capacity Givers
• Practical Next Steps for Developing a Major Gifts Ministry

Cottonwood Creek Church
1015 Sam Rayburn Tollway
Allen, TX 75013
Date & Time
Tuesday, May 17 from
10 am - 4:00 pm (CST)

Only $129 per church
Includes: 3 registrations per church, a customized booklet, refreshments, and catered lunch.

David Thoroughman
David is the CEO of MortarStone, a generosity online platform and planned giving organization. David has the honor and privilege of helping thousands of churches and donors manage $20 billion in giving for the cause of Christ.

David currently serves as the Board Vice President for National Community Foundation (NCF). Through NCF, he works with churches on planned giving vehicles and forward-thinking strategies to yield financial and tax impacting outcomes.
Scott Sanford
Scott is a life-long Texan, and a Baylor Bear for about half of that time. He earned BBA and MTax degrees, and maintains a CPA license in the State of Texas.

His career path includes positions at Ernst & Young, and ownership in two franchise endeavors. Scott has served Cottonwood Creek Church in Allen, TX since 1997 and is currently the Executive Pastor over Stewardship and Operations. He also has served as a Texas State Representative for District 70 for the last 9 years.
Tim Deatrick
For over 35 years, Tim Deatrick has served as Senior Pastor in churches located in St. Louis, MO, Ft. Worth, TX, Bentonville, AR, and Des Moines, IA. He now brings his experience in generosity ministry, planned giving, and non-cash gifts to MortarStone, where he serves as Senior Generosity Ministry Partner. In his last position, he led the development of an endowment fund which grew invested planned gifts from $300,000 to an excess of
$1.6 million.

Tim is a graduate of Hannibal LaGrange College (Th.B) and Southwestern
Seminary (MDivBL; D.Min).
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