Observations and learnings from respected leaders committed to innovation and improved outcomes.
Our TMF blog shares stories and essays inspired by our purpose: to help individuals, families, congregations and like-minded organizations achieve their God-inspired potential.
by Bob Dupuy, TMF Senior Vice President of Charitable Services and Jacki Lammert, Director of Grants Ministry
How does a church reach out to members of the community who might not feel comfortable at a traditional Sunday worship service? In Paris, Texas, they throw a party.
by John Thornburg, TMF Director of Area Staff and Area Consultant for the North Texas Conference
As TMF Area Consultants, we are in the business of conversations. Whether those conversations are with a pastor, lay leadership, or other individuals or groups within a congregation, we always strive to communicate that we are there to serve. We want to help that congregation to discern and achieve what they see as God’s dream for their community.
by Tom Locke, TMF President
It was Ghandi who once said, “The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems.” That notion of what we are capable of doing represents our God-given potential. At TMF when we use the term, “stewarding potential,” we’re talking about what we all need to do to help bring about the world that God desires.