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In order to resource your ministry, you must be able to provide current and potential ministry partners with two things:
Once you’ve established the plan and the financial resources, you’ll need to work the plan. You’ll need to develop some communication pieces to present your need, including a proposal.
Your partners don’t expect an MBA level business plan, but they will expect your proposal to be:
A first step in communicating needs is the Executive Summary. This is a single page document that can be used as a cover page or an introduction before presenting a more in-depth plan. Download the worksheet (click on the icon above) to develop content for an Executive Summary.
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