Generosity Culture Generosity is transformational and always starts with God. He is a generous God and we are to be a generous people. Generosity is not about what we want from people but what we want for people. Living generously is our loving response to God and his great generosity toward us.
Converge maximizes the impact of churches by helping leaders create a culture of generosity in and through the local church.
The strategy is simple:
Expose church leadership to generous living principles from God’s word
Coach leaders to develop plans and practices that create a generous culture in the church
Resource leaders through partnerships with organizations that add value to their ministry
Reproduce a culture of generosity in other churches through intentional mentoring networks
Networks exist to help each local church maximize the generosity of their congregation. These networks equip local church teams to focus on generosity and stewardship. They share together best practices, resources and ideas which result in greater kingdom impact locally, regionally and globally.
Ken Nabi has served as the Regional President for Converge Great Lakes since 2016. He earned a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and worked as a Marriage and Family Therapist before enjoying 21 years as a pastor at Community Church of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Ken is a strategic leader focusing on movements and reproducible systems. Community Church of Fond du Lac planted five churches during his tenure, and those churches helped plant seven more churches.