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When you think about “raising support” does your stomach turn?

Do you hesitate to tell people that you are “raising support”?

Do you worry that people will think you are asking them for money?

Does the fear of “raising support” keeps you stuck right where you are?

Are you wondering if there is another way?

The short answer is yes! There is another way.

In fact, would you believe me if I told you that most of my clients have moved from dread to anticipation? I bet you’re curious to know the difference.

It’s simple…. Partnership Development.

So what’s the difference between “raising support” and “partnership development?” To figure this out, let’s look at the definition of two key words.

Support: (verb) to bear all or part of the weight of; hold up.

Partner: (noun) one that shares.

Notice the parts of speech. Support is a verb. It’s an action. It’s something people are doing. And the action of “bearing all or part of the weight” actually sounds like work to me. No wonder we are all running from the idea of “raising support!”

Partner is a noun. It’s a person who shares. Here at Kingdom Come Training, we believe that God’s calling all of us to partner together in His calling to further His Kingdom to the ends of the earth.

We are committed to teaching you the way of Partnership Development and walking with you through your entire journey to full funding. You will begin with a two-week online training that will equip you with a ministry visit. In this ministry visit you will build relationship with your potential partners, find out how God is working in their lives, share your own story and ministry, and invite them into a partnership. And our commitment to you doesn’t stop there. Once you finish training, you will be partnered with one of our Accountability Coaches who will meet with you weekly until you are fully funded.

You will NOT be doing this alone!

So, if you are ready to discover a new way of “support raising” we are look forward to meeting you.


Author Hannah Benedict

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