6 Things Financially Healthy Ministries Do Right (CLA Webinar)

Christian Leadership Alliance (CLA) and Evangelical
Christian Credit Union (ECCU) invite you to discover insights and ideas from ministries like yours that stayed healthy
during the recession.

Date: Thursday, January 24, 2013
Time: 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. (PT)

For more information and to register, visit:


January 24, 2013
9:00 a.m.— 10:00 a.m.

By attending this webinar, you can expect to learn:

  • Specific things ministries did to become financially healthier
  • Specific things ministries avoided to stay financially healthy
  • The crucial importance of leadership, liquidity, and being proactive

Who should attend:

  • Presidents and chief financial officers
  • Senior and executive pastors
  • Business administrators
  • Other financial decision makers



David Lee

Ministry Development Officer

David is a ministry development officer for ECCU’s Colorado regional office. He has been serving ministries at ECCU for the last 20 years in various development and management positions.

David is also on the pastoral staff of a Denver-area church and has pastored for over 21 years. He has served as president of the Colorado Springs chapter of the Christian Leadership Alliance and is completing his third term on their board.

He earned his bachelor’s degree in finance from California State University Fullerton and his master’s degree in Christian education from Talbot School of Theology. As a Certified Treasury Professional®, David is committed to equipping ministries to be better informed and helping them to be more effective at reaching their communities with the gospel.


This webinar is free for CLA members; cost for non-members is $29.
For more information and to register, visit www.eccu.org/cla-webinar.

If you have questions, call Holly Rosario at 949.487.0900, ext. 116, or email Holly.Rosario@ChristianLeadershipAlliance.org.

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar on January 24, 2013.