Julie BullockSenior Generosity Strategist at Generis
Julie is a senior generosity consultant with Generis, a team of professionals who coach and influence churches and other faith-based organizations across the country in generosity development. She has led over 250 major giving initiatives for churches and organizations of all sizes and worship styles all across the country.
Prior to joining Generis in 2009, Julie was the pastor for stewardship and generosity at Community Christian Church, a multisite church with 10 campus locations in the Chicagoland area and has also served on several boards of church planting organizations in the capacity of a generosity coach to new church plants.
Julie also previously served as the director of development for Wheaton College, leading a team of advancement professionals in a $160 million capital campaign and has strong experience in gift planning and charitable estate planning, earning her CFRE (Certified Fund Raising Executive) in 2010.
Julie, her husband Jud, and their daughter Jayma reside in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area, where Jud raises beef cattle and where they both are involved in their church – of which Julie serves on the board. They are passionate about the local church and seeing the mission of God advanced through His people!
Innovations in Generosity Campaigns
This session will explore innovations in generosity campaigns, both those spurred on by COVID and those unrelated to COVID, and how churches are increasing generosity through focused seasons of giving like never before. Join us to explore innovations in virtual gatherings for generosity, deeper engagement of non-committed givers, and new levels of giving from your most committed folks. We’ll remain grounded in biblical principles of giving while adapting to the changing tides we see in our current congregations and people. If you are someone looking to accelerate giving in your church, whether for a specific project or for ministry in general, this session is for you!
- timeless biblical principles in generosity
- timely application of those principles for our current season through tactics and strategies for generosity development
- specific examples of recent church successes in the area of generosity