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Advocace’s Motivation for Working with Christian Nonprofits

Advocace’s Motivation for Working with Christian Nonprofits

God has given me this great vision: Help Christian ministries and nonprofits reach their vision and take forward the Gospel. There could be no better way to spend my days than fulfilling this purpose.

Our team at Advocace shares this vision. We work with leaders of nonprofit organizations to ensure that more homeless people have a bed at night, more men and women receive education and grow into Christian leaders, and more families come to a point of reconciliation with one another.

 

From rescue missions to Christian universities, seminaries and K-12 schools to missions organizations and radio stations, my desire revolves around seeing these Christian ministries and nonprofits make much of Christ.

Maybe you have a vision that you would like to take to the next level. It would be my pleasure to talk with you about that—just give me a call or send me an email.

Leaders Give You a Personal Vision

Leaders Give You a Personal Vision

Tom Durfey (lower left), ORU campus radio  faculty advisor gave vision to his students that continues to impact lives 35 years later. Pictured also, Joe Miller (K-Love/EMF Broadcasting), Tim McDermott ( KSBJ/Houston) & Paul Martin (Advocace). Dr. Tom Durfey gave his students—including myself—a vision of the impact they could make. Tom owned a radio station but sold this thriving business to become a college professor at Oral Roberts University. As a hands-on business owner, his experiences were meaningful, memorable and motivational. You’ll see what I mean if you read to the end. Like all strong leaders, Tom gave me experience through his stories. Those experiences gave me direction as I encountered similar situations in the professional world. Leader’s Experience Became My Experience Tom once told a retailer to give the radio station the same budget given to ...Read more »
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