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Over the years we’ve had the privilege of helping many clients.  Along the way, we’ve developed a lot of great resources that may be able to help you as well.  On this page we’d like to share some of those with you.

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How does a church navigate the digital circus? Start at the beginning!

Jump below to use our church vision exercise! A Recipe that Forces Change I’m not sure anyone is a fan of change. Change represents the abandonment of something you know with something you don’t. Churches have an even more challenging time with change given the layers of leadership and perspectives of churchgoers. Add a pandemic,…

A lesson in kindness

I can be oblivious sometimes. If we’re honest, it’s likely something we all are guilty of from time to time. Life is busy and we become laser-focused checking off the task at hand and moving on to the next thing on the list. Oftentimes, in the midst of our focus, we become totally unaware of…

vulnerability

Being honest about your organization’s shortcomings… is it worth it?

What do you do when you’re in a ministry that has really dropped the ball? You haven’t done a good job of helping the people you said you were going to help. Or maybe you, as a leader, feel like you’ve let your team down in some big way. Is there ever a time that…

The Changing Non-Profit Landscape

As organizations, non-profits seek to change the world for the better, but in order to do the most good, it is important to understand how times have changed and how those changes can spell trouble or success for your cause. People come to Keenly Interactive for a variety of reasons. The specifics may vary, but…

reignite your organizationals original vision

3 Ways to Reignite your Organization’s Original Vision

Most nonprofits are initially built around someone’s vision to accomplish something that seems impossible. When people start organizations, when they pioneer down the path of this new venture, there are no restrictions in their mind. There’s simply a burning desire in their heart that says we’re going to make this big difference in the world,…

3 Things You Need to Know About Donors

Donors are a magical thing in the minds of most non-profits. Because of donors, your organization can accomplish what it needs to- what isn’t magical about that? For many of us, the donor doesn’t just represent money- they represent future, growth, opportunity, and movement. The more donors you have in front of you, the more…

Burnout in Ministry

Combating Burnout in Ministry

In any job, burnout is inevitable. You’ve seen it—people get tired & frustrated over the years, and it slowly wears them out. What did that look like for me? As a senior pastor for 16 years at a church I started, I found myself constantly battling anxiety & depression. When you’re leading a ministry, running…

Ministries Should Think Like Entrepreneurs

At Keenly Interactive, my job is to work with ministries. Big and small, local and international, building churches or educating children in Africa, I have the honor of working with such a variety of kingdom-changing groups. The past few years as I’ve been able to look behind the curtain of these different ministries, I’ve noticed…

Developing Mentors

3 Ideas to Consider for Encouraging Mentors in your Organization 

When I was in ministry years ago, I didn’t have good models for the type of ministry I was trying to do. There were things I was trying to figure out that I just didn’t have good examples for, which resulted in a lot of trial and error. This is common for anyone that’s trying…

Going Alone: 3 Problems You Face When You Won’t Partner

Growing up, we are constantly taught the importance of sharing and playing nice with our friends. “Play nice!” and “Please share!” are common things to tell kids. But, much like eating vegetables, adults don’t always do what they make the kids do. When I work with different organizations, I find myself saying the same things.…

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