From Charles Spurgeon Lecture 1:
“The Minister’s Self Watch” begins with “Every Workman Knows the necessity of keeping his tools in a good state of repair, for if the iron be blunt, and he do not whet the edge, then must he put to more strength.”
If the workman lose the edge from his adze (a tool similar to an axe, with an arched blade at right angles to the handle, used for cutting or shaping large pieces of wood), he knows that there will be a greater drain on his energies, or his work will be poorly done. Michael Angelo, the elect of the fine arts, understood so well the importance of his tools, that he always made his own brushes with his own hands; in this he gives us an illustration of the God of grace, who with special care fashions for himself all true ministers.
Skipping down Spurgeon concludes his first paragraph with “Although Spurgeon was speaking about ministers being in their best spiritual condition, I want to draw the analogy to leaders of nonprofits having the best organizational condition! This is best accomplished when these organizations have the very best tools.” Like Michael Angelo’s paintbrushes, Dot Solutions has created a unique tool that provides the best results when it comes to turning relationships into long lasting donor partnerships.
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The first required tool for any nonprofit craftsman is a simple Donor Pipeline. This is exactly what we have built for ourselves and our piers, and customers; a process driven way to turn a new relationship into a donor partnership. There is no other like it and it is guaranteed to revolutionize the way you build and see results in your donor relationships.
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