Posted On May 21, 2017

Episode 88- Timothy Smith Chief Development Officer for Museum of the Bible

by | May 21, 2017 | Equipping You in Grace, Featured

Welcome to the eighty-eighth episode of Equipping You in Grace. On today’s episode, Dave interviews Timothy Smith Chief Development Office for the Museum of the Bible.

What you’ll hear in this episode:

  • Tim’s life, marriage, and ministry.
  • The work of the Museum of the Bible.
  • What Tim does at the Museum of the Bible.
  • How big the problem of biblical illiteracy is in the United States.
  • How the Museum of the Bible seeks to address the problem of biblical illiteracy.
  • The challenge of getting non-religious people to care about the Museum of the Bible.
  • The Museum of the Bible’s One Million Names campaign and how people can get involved in it.
  • Some ways church and ministry leaders can get involved in the work of the Museum of the Bible.
  • What churches can do as a whole to get involved in the work of the Museum of the Bible.
  • How the Museum of the Bible is aiming to reach people domestically and internationally.
  • The most interesting exhibits and artifacts in the Museum of the Bible.
  • Tim’s relational approach to fundraising.

About the Guest:

In his 35-year career, Tim Smith has become one of the world’s leading experts in in fundraising and building capacity for non-profit organizations. Today, Tim is engaged in the biggest challenge of his career, leading the effort to raise $1 Billion dollars for the Museum of the Bible. Tim has a special compassion and skill to help leaders raise the funds necessary to resource Kingdom initiatives. Tim is the Chief Development Officer of Museum of the Bible.

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