Collaboration for Kingdom Impact - Webinar
The Heart of a Collaborative Leader
Wednesday, November 17, 2021
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Pacific Time
Foundations expect, and individual givers value, collaboration. You appreciate how collaboration can leverage the work of everyone, but many times don’t know with whom or how to collaborate. And deep down, we all fight the urge to see each other as competition rather than co-laborers.
So how do we shift our paradigm? How does God change our heart and how do we change our behavior?
Join us for the webinar, “Collaboration for Kingdom Impact, The Heart of a Collaborative Leader” on November 17, 2021, at 11am PDT to hear what leaders in Columbus, Ohio have learned about cultivating and maintaining a collaborative community amongst churches, businesses and nonprofits.
This webinar is for any nonprofit, business, or church leader who cares about kingdom impact in your community. This webinar is for YOU!
Featured Speaker - Nick Nye
Executive Director, For Columbus
Nick Nye has led as a church planter, church revitalizer, multi-site lead pastor, non-profit founder, church planting network board member, speaker, and leadership coach. He has also lived and worked in urban environments, serving a wide-range of socio-economically and culturally diverse populations in both the Midwest and New York City. Nick is currently working toward a city-wide gospel movement in Columbus, Ohio. He works with marketplace innovators, specialty ministries, and congregational leadership to see gospel-centered collaboration for the flourishing of the city.
Nick is married to Brittany and they have four children, Viola, Charlotte, Simone, and Elliott. They live in Columbus, Ohio.
Featured Speaker - Tracy Nordyke
VP of Training and Curriculum Development, Mission Increase Foundation
Tracy Nordyke currently serves as the Vice President of Training and Curriculum Development, working to develop Transformational Giving training materials and coaching the Area Director staff. Tracy has worked in fundraising for over twenty-five years including consulting in marketing, communications, and donor discipleship with ministries in virtually every sector of the Christian nonprofit world. Tracy earned a BA in History at the University of California Irvine. Tracy is passionate about sharing the message of biblical generosity and partners with Women Doing Well. She and her husband Kevin live in Portland, Oregon.
Featured Speaker - Wally Martinson
Central Ohio Area Director, Mission IncreaseWally Martinson serves as the Area Director for Mission Increase Central Ohio. He has over 30 years of experience in the areas of leadership, organization, and financial development. Wally is passionate about helping organizations fulfill their God-given potential. He holds a BA in Economics and Business from Wittenberg University, as well as a Master's Degree in Christian Leadership Development from Alliance Theological Seminary. Wally resides in Springfield, Ohio with his wife Anne and they have two grown children.
Featured Speaker - Scott Harris
Vice President of Church and Global Engagement, Mission Increase
Scott Harris serves as the Vice President of Church and Global Engagement at Mission Increase, helping ministries maintain and grow healthy relationships with local churches. In addition, Scott focuses on soul care, evangelism, and ways to take Mission Increase training beyond North America to the global church. Prior to Mission Increase, Scott served for 18 years as Missions Minister at Brentwood Baptist Church in Tennessee. He worked with an team in local, state, national, and international initiatives.
A native of San Jose, California, Scott spent part of his childhood as a missionary kid in Barbados. While a student a Golden Gate Seminary, he served as a youth pastor at a Korean church in San Francisco. He served also as a university pastor at Spurgeon’s College in the United Kingdom and in Hong Kong. Scott was an International Mission Board (SBC) Trustee since 2009 and also recently served as Chairman of the IMB. Scott lives in Brentwood with wife, Beth and two children, Elizabeth and Jonathan. Beth was raised in Taiwan, also by missionary parents. Scott celebrates the connection of churches with a passion of missions!