It is a lot of work but I am a firm believer that it is THE best way to fund your ministry (read how one ministry raises over $400k/year).
My hope is that more and more Cru movements around the country begin to have Fellowship Dinners so that they are abundantly funded.
Cru Staff: for more info on how to put on a Dinner email Jim Dempsey who is THE expert (or for details on what we do, leave a comment).
We’ve been blessed by professional Graphic Designers who have produced high quality materials for our last few Dinners and I wanted to share those with anyone that wants to use them:
Designs are by an Arkansas Cru alum- Kelsea Walkley of petit4prints.com
@petit4prints on Twitter
Kelsea has generously donated her talents and design for our Fellowship Dinner and allowed me to share them with you!
“If a CRU movement interested in using these designs, they can email me and I will send them a link to download the editable files free of charge (they would have to have someone who knows how to navigate a design software such as illustrator).
If they would prefer that I customize these designs for them (edit text, colors, send them files for printing, etc.), they can contact me for a design estimate.
I am always interested in custom design projects! Please contact me for a design estimate.”
If you use one of these designs, let me know and I can send you more content if it’s helpful – magnets, powerpoint templates, Silent Auction, name tags, and other assorted signage.
Other assorted Fellowship Dinner items:
A nice looking Powerpoint template and magnet from 2010 made by John Robinson who works for Saatchi X (using a stock image originally from Penn State Cru).
Below are my talks from the past few years.
You might be able glean some good quotes, illustrations or ways of structuring vision or “the ask”:
Our Magnet from 2012