How Nonprofits Can Adapt In A Time of Crisis

How Nonprofits Can Adapt In A Time of Crisis

May 10, 2020


“When you’re fearful, you make a plea. When you’re courageous, you make a plan.” – Chuck Bentley

In this episode of The Beacon Podcast, Jeff is joined by Chuck Bentley, CEO of Crown Financial Ministries, to discuss ways to lead your nonprofit through a crisis. Chuck shares examples of how his team adapted to the current crisis and gives advice on:

  • leadership tips,
  • the top priorities for Christian leaders,
  • and how your nonprofit can adapt.

About our guest

Chuck Bentley is CEO of Crown Financial Ministries, the largest Christian financial ministry in the world, founded by the late Larry Burkett. He is the host of a daily radio broadcast, My MoneyLife, featured on more than 1,000 Christian music and talk stations in the U.S., and author of his most recent book, Money Problems, Marriage Solutions

He also serves on the board of Foundations for Farming in Zimbabwe, an initiative dedicated to helping the ultra-poor learn to flourish using local resources. 

Chuck is the founder and executive director of the Christian Economic Forum, a global community of high-achievers with a higher calling. 

Chuck and his wife, Ann, both graduates of Baylor University, have been married since 1978. When they are not traveling the world together to advance Crown’s mission, they can be found reading and spending time outdoors with their family at their home in Knoxville, Tennessee. They have four adult sons, two daughters-in-law, and five grandchildren.

Learn more about Crown Financial Ministries

Follow Chuck: @ChuckBentley