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Scott Rodin

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Scott Rodin has been serving not-for-profit organizations for the past twenty-nine years. He has served as counsel and led training in fund-raising, leadership and board development, and strategic planning for hundreds of organizations in the US, Canada, Middle East, Great Britain, China, and Australia. Dr. Rodin is president of Rodin Consulting, Inc. specializing in helping Christian non-profits take a biblical approach to strategic planning, board development and capital campaign fund-raising. Dr. Rodin is past president of the Christian Stewardship Association and Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He is a Senior Fellow of the Association of Biblical Higher Education and serves on the boards of ChinaSource and the Evangelical Environmental Network. Dr. Rodin holds Master of Theology and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Systematic Theology from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. His books include, The Choice (ECFA Press, 2014) The Million-Dollar Dime (Kingdom Life Publishing, 2012) The Third Conversion (Kingdom Life Publishing, 2011) The Steward Leader (InterVarsity Press, 2010) The Sower (ECFA, 2009) The Four Gifts of the King (Kingdom Life Publishing, 2008) The Seven Deadly Sins of Christian Fundraising (KLP, 2007) Abundant Life (Steward Publishing, 2004) Stewards in the Kingdom, (InterVarsity Press, 2000) Dr. Rodin is married to Linda and they reside in Spokane, Washington. Contact Dr. Rodin at: [email protected]; follow his blog at: www.thestewardsjourney.com To order books or request for Dr. Rodin to speak go to: www.kingdomlifepublishing.com

Leadership from the Inside Out

Imagine the following scene. You take your car into a repair shop because it is not running well. After a thorough check your mechanic tells you that your engine is damaged and will need a complete overhaul, which will be expensive and take a great deal of time. You respond by suggesting that perhaps if […]

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Leading a March of Fools

The mood in the meeting tent was thick with anger, disbelief and frustration. Ten trained leaders were ready for action. Ten warriors were prepared for battle. Forty years of frustration was ready to be appeased and four decades of struggle and suffering was about to be assuaged. And now, this. The Jordan had been crossed. […]

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We Can Only Imagine

In 2001, the Christian band Mercy Me released their hit single, I Can Only Imagine. It offers a myriad of different responses we might have when we meet Jesus face-to-face as we enter glory. The song invites us to imagine what it might feel like to stand before Jesus. How will we respond? Dance? Fall […]

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Open Your Eyes and Be Ready

Every day God places people in our path. He has a purpose in doing this. For us they may appear to be everything from delightful divine appointments to frustrating obstacles. The unexpected call of encouragement from a friend, the neighbor who stopped to chat, keeping us from our work, and the rude driver that cuts […]

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Navigating the Wave of Need

Here is a small list of causes I have heard from in the past few weeks: Homeless families Refugees Abused kids Pro-life advocacy Sex trafficking Youth at risk Christian education Battered women Disabled veterans Cancer research Children’s hospitals Orphans World evangelism Disaster relief Prison ministry Pro-family issues Legal defense [...]

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Leading Abundantly

Fall follows Summer, which follows Spring and time marches on just as God designed. He limited time for us in set hours in a day, and set days in a week. We think there are not enough hours in a day, but God knew before He created time how mankind would use it. Scott discusses some poignant points about time management, and notes that [...]

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The Weapon of Fellowship

Two-by-two provides protection. It provides another set of eyes to watch and ears to listen, to be on the alert for the enemy. It allows also for one to rest while the other is on watch. This keeps both in the battle. Two-by-two provides a system of accountability. By laboring together one can help the other stay on the narrow road.

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