In El Salvador, Panamá, and Bolivia, we deepened relationships, engaged rich discussions about biblical teaching and practical tools for growing stewards, and shared the vision of helping organizations follow CONFIABLE standards for flourishing and sustainability.
Thanks to the gracious hand of God, GTP and NABLA have big news in two areas: Transformational Model and JOE Retreat. We want to share about this model and retreat for possible application in other regions.
Voluntary accreditation is a new concept. There has to be a champion and like-minded companions that are so passionate about accountability that they must do something about it. Here are steps they can follow.
Good news! Strategic face-to-face meetings on 12-15 November 2020 with CONFIABLE, the peer accountability group in Guatemala, will result in the spreading of standards and the strengthening of stewards in Guatemala and across Latin America.
Steve Kerr, GTP Regional Facilitator for the South Pacific and Executive Director of CMA Standards Council, talks about 3 ways accreditation can benefit an organization: 1) to the organization itself, 2) to its stakeholders, and 3) to honor God.