How to Write Great Support-Raising Newsletters

1 Lessons

Do fundraising letters still work? Yes! They are simply the most practical way to get your message out to a broad geographical area.
In this video, we will review:

  • The Critical Elements for Powerful Newsletters
  • Seven Ingredients for Newsletters
  • The Secret to Powerful Partner Communications

Under the Lessons tab, you’ll find the video and a sample of a Newsletter document. Go to InFaith’s Storefront to find the template that you can use. Along with viewing the 20 minute video, please read the documents included with this course.

InFaith Communication Standards

1 Lessons

Why Use Graphic Standards? A clear and consistent visual identity is important to reinforce the image of InFaith in viewer’s minds. Everyone who joins InFaith must adopt the InFaith name and brand so as an approved candidate and field staff member, you become the local expression of InFaith in your area. This course, relating to logos, colors, fonts and photos, will help guide you through the process and provide examples for their use. Go to InFaith’s Storefront to find the templates that you can use for Stationary, Prayer Cards, Email templates, Newsletter templates, Name Badge, and Personal Brochures. Find InFaith Word template, Power Point template, Logos, and Instructional videos in the Communication Standards Requirements Packet on the Hub here.

Joshua and Daniel

12 Lessons

Joshua, a great leader in scripture gives us a practical example of what God can accomplish through a committed believer. Dr. Campbell explores the life and exploits of Joshua. The life and ministry of Daniel is presented in light of his relationship to the world in which he lived and his commitment to God. Lessons are drawn from Daniel in light of their impact upon the lives of believers today. Learn More

Knowing Scripture

12 Lessons

Guidelines on how to interpret the Bible are presented. The student is taught how to approach difficult passages, how to find true meaning of each verse and how to place each passage in its proper context. Topics include literal interpretation, literary forms, reading the Bible existentially, the historical narrative, the explicit and the implicit, parallelism, and culture. Learn More