Rooting for Rivals

Rooting for Rivals
In a world marked by division and territorialism, how can we leave a lasting impact? What happens when we’re no longer threatened by the success of our rivals? In this six-episode podcast, hear from leaders and philanthropists putting collaboration into practice and learn how we can multiply our impact through cooperation.
#6 - Global Ministries - Alex Nunez
Aug 8, 2018 • 29 min
Nearly half of the individuals living in the Dominican Republic live below the poverty line…and Alex Nuñez, the CEO of Esperanza International, is on a mission to change that. Listen in as Alex shares from her own experience about how partnership and a…
#5 - Churches - Bryan Dunagan
Aug 1, 2018 • 31 min
Amidst a strong distrust of churches on the rise, Jesus calls us to cling tightly to unity. In this episode, Bryan Dunagan, Senior Pastor of Highland Park Presbyterian Church in Dallas, Texas, takes us on his own personal journey of rejecting competition…
#4 - Fundraisers - Melissa Russell
Jul 25, 2018 • 36 min
Many times, fundraising can carry a negative connotation—evoking feelings of guilt and compulsion. But Melissa Russell doesn’t believe it has to be this way. Serving as the Chief Advancement Officer at International Justice Mission, Melissa shares how she…
#3 - Campus Ministries - Tom Lin
Jul 18, 2018 • 35 min
InterVarsity and Cru recently announced that they will be partnering together with the goal of reaching over 1,200 college campuses with the gospel message. In this episode, hear Tom Lin, President and CEO of InterVarsity, share about this project in the…
#2 - Donors - Todd Peterson and Mart Green
Jul 11, 2018 • 48 min
Todd Peterson and Mart Green have a shared passion to make the Word of God accessible to everyone—including the thousands of unreached people groups across the globe. Hear how Bible translation organizations are putting collaboration into action, and plan…
#1 - The Why and the How - Peter Greer, Chris Horst, Jill Heisey
Jul 9, 2018 • 27 min
Rivalry in Christ-centered nonprofits and churches is all too common. Instead of seeing each other as co-laborers in Christ, fellow leaders and ministries often see each other as rivals—fierce competitors in a seemingly small marketplace for donors and…