Recent Developments Impacting Organizations Involved in Missions

Saturday @ 9:15am

Recent tax, financial, and legal development continue to raise challenges for leaders as they seek to effectively carryout missions and ensure that they operate above reproach. Join us as we walk through the latest developments impacting the work of missions and ways to model excellence, integrity, and compliance with the law.

Learning Objectives:

[CPE 75 MIN – Business Law]

Dan Busby

President
Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA)

ECFA accredits Christ-centered ministries in the areas of governance, financial management and stewardship/fundraising. Dan has over 40 years of experience serving the Christ-centered church and nonprofit community. He is a prolific writer including a 2015 release, TRUST: The Firm Foundation for Kingdom Fruitfulness. Nonprofit Times named him as one of the 50 Most Powerful Nonprofit Leaders from 2010-2015.

John Van Drunen

Executive Vice President and General Counsel,
Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability ( ECFA)

John has a bachelor of arts in accounting, magna cum laude, from Anderson University and a juris doctor from Regent University School of Law. His responsibilities primarily relate to managing the compliance program and writing and speaking on technical nonprofit issues.

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