Is your non-profit organization struggling with money management? It’s tax time and the government is wondering how your ministry used its finances. In this podcast we discuss nine tips and tricks of accounting to properly and faithfully manage the finances of your non-profit organization.
Accounting for a Non-Profit Organization
- Create a budget: Develop a comprehensive budget that includes all expected income and expenses, including salaries, utilities, and program costs.
- Monitor cash flow: Regularly review the organization’s financial statements, bank statements, and other financial reports to stay informed of cash flow.
- Fundraise: Consider various fundraising options, such as grants, individual donations, and special events to increase revenue.
- Keep accurate records: Maintain accurate financial records, including receipts and invoices, to ensure accountability and transparency.
- Seek professional advice: Consult with a financial advisor or accountant to help with tax planning, investment strategies, and overall financial management.
- Use technology: Utilize software and other tools to automate financial processes, manage donations, and track expenses.
- Evaluate and adjust: Regularly evaluate the organization’s financial health, make changes as needed, and update the budget accordingly.
- Keep board informed: Provide regular financial reports to the board of directors to keep them informed and engaged in the organization’s financial well-being.
- Comply with laws and regulations: Stay informed of all laws and regulations related to the operation of a 501(c)(3) organization and comply with all applicable requirements.
Max Martinez (00:00):
Is your nonprofit organization struggling with money management? It’s tax time, and the government is wondering how your ministry used its finances. In this podcast, we discussed nine tips and tricks of accounting to properly and faithfully manage the finances of your nonprofit organization.
Evangelism Podcast Host (00:16):
Jesus said, go into all the world and preach the gospel. Everyone who calls in the name of the Lord shall be saved. Welcome to the Evangelism Podcast with Dr. Daniel King, where Daniel interviews full-time evangelists, pastors, missionaries, and normal everyday Christians to discover how they share their faith, their powerful testimonies, and amazing stories that will inspire you to reach people with the good news. And now here’s your host, missionary, and evangelist Daniel King. Welcome to
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (00:52):
The Evangelism Podcast. I’m Daniel King, and I’m excited about telling people about Jesus. Today. I have a very special guest with me. Max Martinez is back. Thank you so much for joining me today. Thank
Max Martinez (01:03):
You for the invite.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (01:04):
Well, max is serving as an intern with King Ministries right now. And so how’s that going for you?
Max Martinez (01:12):
It’s been going great. Uh, been learning a ton, uh, just been able to spend some times behind the scenes of evangelism, and I enjoy it so much.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (01:22):
That’s awesome. Well, today we’re going to talk about a subject that’s extremely important for nonprofits. We’re gonna talk about accounting for a nonprofit organization. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And the reason I decided to talk about this today is because this morning I had a phone call with a fellow evangelist. He is a graduate of the Christ for All Nations Evangelism Bootcamp. Mm-hmm. And so he went through the bootcamp about a year ago, and he launched out into ministry. He started a 5 0 1 [inaudible] [inaudible] nonprofit organization. And so that 5 0 1 [inaudible] [inaudible], that’s what the IRS calls any organization that is formed for a not-for-profit purpose. And so since we’re ministries, we’re not trying to make money like a business would, right. We are, uh, here to serve humanity and to be a blessing to people and to tell people about Jesus. And so, uh, this graduate of the Christ for All Nations Evangelism Bootcamp, he said he started it a year ago and he says he’s had money come in from several different sources.
He went on different trips and the money was all coming into his bank account and then going out of his bank account. And now here at the end of the year, he says, I need to figure out how to do the accounting <laugh> for all of the donations, all of our expenditures, everything that we have, uh, that has come into the ministry and gone outta the ministry. And he says, I haven’t thought about it all year long. He says, now as January we got, we have to think about it. He says, Daniel, help me. What are we supposed to do? Mm-hmm. And it turns out that he really hadn’t done very much at all. No <laugh>. And so I was talking him through helping to set up systems of accounting in order to handle money correctly. Right. Because as evangelists, it’s very important that we use every single dollar for the purpose that it’s given for in order to reach people for Jesus.
Yeah. And we don’t want to misuse money. We don’t want to use money for something that it wasn’t designated towards. And so proper accounting is very important. All right. So I have here a list of nine different things that, uh, ministry can do as they begin to think about their accounting processes. And what I did for my, my friend, is I began to talk to him about developing systems. You don’t wanna wait until the end of the year to, to do everything. You wanna develop systems that will allow you to keep track of your money all throughout the year, know how much you have, where the money’s going, what you’re using it for, and then to properly account for that to the government in the, the best possible way. And so, these nine different things to think about will help you with the accounting for your nonprofit organization. So, number one, could you read it, max?
Max Martinez (04:32):
Yeah. Create a budget, develop a comprehensive budget that includes all expected income and expenses, including salaries, utilities, and program cost.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (04:41):
All right? So at the beginning of the year, you want to sit down and put together a budget. Now, if you’re just starting out your ministry mm-hmm. <affirmative>, you, you may not have any income at all. You may not have a budget. Well, I want you to sit and dream and think, what would a typical budget look like? Now, if you’re just starting out, you don’t wanna set your budget like, we’re going to have $10 million. Yeah. That, that’s not realistic. Right. You want to set your budget and, and say, okay, we think we can raise $25,000 over the course of the next year, and we want to accomplish this, and we want to accomplish that. And this is how much it’s going to cost for our utilities. This is how much we’re going to put into salary. This is how much we’re going to put into whatever, uh, evangelistic program that we’re doing, and, and put together a budget. Okay. And by putting together a budget, you tell every dollar where it’s going to go.
Max Martinez (05:38):
Okay? Yeah. All right.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (05:40):
Max Martinez (05:42):
Okay. Number two, monitor cash flow. Regularly review the organization’s financial statements, bank statements, and other financial reports to stay informed on cash flow. Balance your checkbook.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (05:53):
All right. So after you set the budget, initially, the, you know, if you’re going to be able to hit your, your budget or not, but you set your budget mm-hmm. <affirmative>, then you start to raise money in order to complete the budget. And then you want to monitor your cash flow, what’s coming in, what’s going out. You want to look at your bank statement every month, make sure that you don’t write a check that your bank statement, that your bank says that you don’t have money in the bank. Don’t write any faith checks. Oh, yes. Only write checks for the money that you actually have in your bank account. And then you gotta balance your checkbook. Just kind of keep an eye on something that should be done on a monthly basis. And so it’s really helpful. Set aside one day a month that you’re going to go through all of the accounts you’re going to, to look at how much ca came in, how much you have, where it all went, and monitor what’s coming in and going out. All right. Number three,
Max Martinez (06:51):
Uh, fundraise. Consider various fundraising options such as grant’s, individual donations, and special events to increase revenue.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (06:58):
All right. So usually when people have a budget problem, it can either come from spending too much money or it can come from not bringing in enough money. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And so if you are not bringing in enough money, you, you need to go out and fundraise. Right? And so this is part of being an evangelist. It would be nice if God just gave you all the money in the world to accomplish what you’re called to do. But I think God wants lots of different believers to be involved in the vision. So he always gives us bigger vision than the resources that we have currently. And so there’s this gap between what you want to accomplish and what you actually have money in the bank to accomplish. And so the way to bridge that gap is by going out and fundraising mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And really the secret to fundraising is sharing your vision with people, telling people, this is what God is calling me to do. And then you ask them to be a part. And so Max, uh, you’ve shared that your vision that something that God’s put on your heart is to possibly go on a, a long-term trip in Asia Yeah. Into minister in Asia. And, and so have you put together a budget of what that might cost to, to go to Asia?
Max Martinez (08:10):
You know, I actually have not put a budget. I have a number in mind, uh, but I haven’t put a, a budget yet, um, just because I’m still working out, um, destinations. And so I’m hoping by the beginning of February to have a list of destinations, uh, to start my budget, uh, and write a, write a vision to start fundraising. Okay.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (08:31):
So, so I, I think your, your, your budget is something that you should think about. So Max, you, you want to go to several different countries. Yeah. And so start doing research. What is the cost of flying to those countries right now? Right. And then if you’re, say you, you fly from Tulsa, Oklahoma, and you go to Pakistan first, what, what’s the cost of a flight to Pakistan? And, and I just flew that flight for, it was about $1,400, so you mm-hmm. <affirmative>. So your first step, you need to go 1400, a hundred dollars. Okay. And, and then your, your next step, figure out how much it costs you to go from that country to another country. Right. Are you going to do some ministry in Pakistan? Are, are you going to, uh, do a crusade or are you going to do an outreach? Are you gonna feed some poor people and, and say, okay, I want to give away Bibles to, to 500 families.
Okay. I’m doing some research and, and a bible might cost $2 to buy in Pakistan. So you wanna put, if you wanna give a Bible to 500 families, you need to put a thousand dollars cost in the budget mm-hmm. <affirmative> for giving away Bibles and kind of let the Holy Spirit tell you what he wants you to accomplish, start to dream, and then write down some of those numbers, right. Of what God wants you to do. And then once you have kind of some of the numbers, then you can go to people and start to fundraise mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And you can say, I feel like God’s calling me to go minister in Asia for six months, and at, I think it’s going to cost about $3,000 per month. And so in order to do the ministry, I I need to raise $18,000 for the six months of ministry.
Right. And then you can say, would you like to help sponsor one month of ministry? Right. And maybe they’d give $3,000. Yeah. Or you could say, would you commit to giving a hundred dollars a month? Would you, because you need, say you need $3,000 per month, you, you would need 30 people to each give a hundred dollars a month. Right. And so by having that budget, then you can see how many people you need to talk to, how many nos you need to get before you get to yeses, <laugh>. Yeah. And then you can begin to start to share the vision with people.
Max Martinez (10:44):
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (10:45):
All right. Number four.
Max Martinez (10:47):
Number four, keep accurate records. Maintain accurate financial records, including receipts and invoices to ensure accountable accountability and transparency.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (10:55):
Okay. Now, this was a big challenge for my brother that I, I spoke to this morning mm-hmm. <affirmative>, because it’s the end of the year. He’s like, I didn’t really keep any records of what we did. He, he knows what he did this year mm-hmm. <affirmative>, but he’s like, I can just go through my bank account and I can figure out what, what each amount went towards. Right. And that’s okay when you have a few thousand dollars. Yeah. But if it’s 12 months later and you’re trying to remember, okay, what did I do last year, this time of year, what country, okay, I was in Burundi, what did I spend that money on? Like, it’s really tough to figure out. And so you really need to set up a system mm-hmm. <affirmative> for keeping accurate records. Okay. And so I told him, first of all, you need to keep an accurate record of every person that gives to you.
Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, you need to write down their name, their address, their phone number, their email, and then the amount that they gave. And that needs to be in a ledger, and you need to keep track of that. So at the end of the year, you can send a receipt letter thanking them for their donation. Because when people give to a 5 0 1 [inaudible] [inaudible] organization, they get a tax deductible receipts. One of the great benefits that we have, right? As a ministry, we can give people a tax deductible receipt, and then they take that to the IRS and it potentially lessens the amount that they have to pay in taxes. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, it’s a, it’s a great blessing. That is. And, and, and so you have to know who gave to you, right. And then know what their address is. So you can send out the receipt letter, and then you also need to keep accurate records of how much you spent mm-hmm. <affirmative>.
And so when I go on a mission trip, you know, I, I change money over into the local currency, and then we go with a pastor and we eat dinner together. And so I pay, and, and then we go and rent a generator for the crusade, and I pay for that, and I take this big pile of money. If I don’t keep track of it every single day, then by the end of the week or two weeks that I’m there, I will have totally forgotten what we spend all the money. Right? Yeah. And so what I do is I actually bring with me a, a little receipt book. Okay. And when I pay for the generator, I fill out a receipt, give and, and, and have the guy sign the receipt that I gave him money to rent the generator. And if I go to a place that doesn’t give me a receipt, I make a receipt up for myself.
And, and so I say, okay, we, we went out to eat with a pastor and we spent, uh, $7 buying some local food off the street. It was a street vendor. He didn’t gimme a receipt. Right. He didn’t never heard a receipt. The guy can’t read or write <laugh>. But I wrote down that we spent, and so at the end of the mission trip, I can account for every single dollar of that that I took with me. And because that’s what I’m responsible to the government, and I’m responsible to my donors Yeah. To show that I have kept a, a responsible record of everything that God has put into my hands. And, and I really consider it a sacred trust. Yeah. God puts resources in our hands, and we have a duty to use those for the kingdom of God. God doesn’t give us money just so that we can go buy fancy tennis shoes or go buy a new car. Right. Or, or to, to buy, uh, to go to a movie. I mean, God gives us resources so that we can go lead people to Jesus. Yes. People who are dying and going into hell. And, and so I want to make sure that I am a faithful steward of everything that God puts into my hands. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. All right. Number five. Number
Max Martinez (14:49):
Five, seek professional advice with a financial advisor or accountant to help with tax planning, investment strategies, and overall financial management.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (14:57):
Okay. So for many years, our ministry was pretty small, and I did a lot of the accounting myself. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>, uh, I just used, uh, QuickBooks and filled it out. And then I filled out the, the government, uh, requires a nonprofit organization to file a nine 90. And so I did that, and it’s a lot of work. Um, but one of my board members encouraged me, says, Daniel, you’re spending two or three weeks in the spring of every year trying to get your finances in order. They said, you need to find a cpa, a certified public accountant who is good at doing this, and just let them do it for you. And for a long time, I didn’t want to do it because it costs money, right. To hire someone. But the, the value of my time is more than what I’m paying to have someone else do it. And, and so as soon as it starts getting complicated, you need to go find some professional advice, get a financial advisor, an accountant to help you with what you’re doing. All right. Number six.
Max Martinez (16:01):
Yeah. Number six. Use technology. Utilize software and other tools to automate financial processes, manage donations and track expenses.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (16:08):
So we have two softwares, both of which we rent. Um, one software is with a company here in Tulsa called Mic Tech. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And they help us record all the donations. And so anytime someone gives on our website, they run the back end of our website. And so someone can give by credit card or on our website, and, and then we instantly know who it is that gave and how much they gave. And we keep those records. Uh, we can generate a report at the end of the year that shows us everybody who gave, uh, and then, um, we also use, uh, QuickBooks to account for our expenses. Okay. And, and so QuickBooks is a, a common program. A lot of different organizations use it. QuickBooks sells, uh, one thing that’s just for nonprofits, it’s a little bit expensive. It’s like $60 a month. When I first started using, it was like $25 a month, and like every year they raise it by $5 <laugh>, and now it’s like $60 a month. Oh,
Max Martinez (17:05):
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (17:06):
You know, it’s a little bit expensive. Um, my father has an organization, uh, he actually has two non-profit organizations. One of his organizations is pretty small. And so instead of paying for QuickBooks, we just did a spreadsheet on Google Sheets, which is totally free mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And so I’d say if you’re a small organization, you could do something on Google Sheets that would keep a good record. It wouldn’t cost you anything. But as it gets more complicated and you get more expenses, you can go to a software and, and there’s a, a variety of different softwares out there. All right. Number seven.
Max Martinez (17:39):
Number seven, evaluate and adjust regularly. Evaluate the organization’s financial health, make changes as needed, and update the budget accordingly.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (17:47):
All right. And so you’re always evaluating how much is coming in. And so we, at the beginning of the year, we set some goals of some different crusades that we want to do. Right. And, and so like today, I was looking at doing a crusade in Columbia. We’re working on one in Zambia, a couple in Kenya, and then we wanna go do a couple of village crusades in Bangladesh. And each one has a, a different budget and different amount that we’re spending on it. But I kind of set these different crusades that we’re planning on going on mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And if we have the money to do them, we’ll do ’em in three months. If we don’t have enough money, I might cancel one of the more expensive crusades and go down. And so I’m always kind of evaluating and ingesting based on how much God provides.
Right. And we just trust God for miracles every day. Say, God. Yeah. We feel that, that we’re obey you. Your word says, go into all the world and preach the gospel. We can’t go unless we have the money to buy the plane tickets and to Right. To rent the sound system and to do the publicity to get people to come to the crusade. If we don’t have what we need, then we just take a step back. And one of the reasons it’s important to keep evaluating this regularly is it’s very easy to accidentally go into debt. Mm. Someone said one time that, uh, getting in trouble in debt, it happens slowly at first and then all at once. Mm. And it, and it seems to be like that, that if you lose track of how much money you’re spending mm-hmm. <affirmative>, and you just spend a little bit extra, a little bit extra, a little bit extra, um, suddenly you can be in significant problem.
And we actually did that a few years ago. We were doing a, a major crusade down in the nation of Belize. Okay. And we did 10 cities at the same time. Wow. And so we had 10 evangelists go with us. It was a massive undertaking. It was a lot of work to do. And it was a multi-year pro project. And right at the end, we had a ton of extra expenses that we just didn’t budget for, that we didn’t even know. Like we, we had it bringing the sound system across the border from Guatemala into Belize. Suddenly there was a tax that we had to pay that we didn’t know about. Okay. And, and then we had other taxes and different, uh, vendors that suddenly showed up with additional. And, and so when we finished that, we, the, the whole event had, uh, a budget of about $250,000, quarter million dollars mm-hmm. <affirmative>,
And we only raised $200,000. And so we, we had a $50,000 shortfall. Wow. And it took us a couple of years of hard work and fundraising to get out of that hole. Wow. Because no one wants to give money to debt. Right. Because that’s ministry that already happened. People like to give money to vision. Right? Yeah. And so if I had done a better job of evaluating, adjusting what we were doing, it would’ve kept us out of that situation with the, the crusade in Belize. And so thank God he brought us back to a healthy place with our finances. Right now, we’re completely out of debt. We have no debt. And that’s the way it should be. That’s the way our home church victory, Christian center, uh, they always, yeah. Uh, they always operate with no debt. It’s comes from Pastor Billy Joe Doherty many years ago. Uh, God gave him the, the vision to be able to build all of victories buildings debt free. Yep. And that saves them so much money in interest and, and people give towards future vision. They don’t really like giving towards, uh, a building that is falling down that you still owe on 30 years later.
Max Martinez (21:45):
Right. Now, what would you say to someone who’s going into ministry, let’s say they’re on, they’re currently on the mission field, they’re, they’re going to a crusade just like you were, and they start to realize that there’s becoming these costs that they didn’t budget for, and they’re realizing in the moment that this is gonna be a problem. What do you recommend they do in that situation?
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (22:05):
Well, first of all, you gotta trust God and expect God to provide mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And then you need to start taking some steps in order to make up the budget. Whether that’s calling some more donors, sharing the vision with people, sharing the need with people. And you, you can ask people, God will put it on people’s heart to, to help, to support you. And, and so you can send out an urgent call for help and say, I urgently need help. Hmm. And so every once in a while, uh, we’ll be in a position where if I don’t have, uh, money in the next 24 hours, we have to cancel a crusade. And so I’ll send out an urgent call for help. Uh, but the thing, and, and people respond to that mm-hmm. <affirmative>, but the thing is, you can’t have an urgent call like every two weeks. Right. <laugh>, I, I know some people in like every two weeks, they’re like, I just had a flat tire and I need help, or my, I can’t get to work. And, and, and, and it’s like an urgent call, like every two weeks. And like people help them once, help them twice, help them three times, but then after that they’re like, dude, you just gotta get a job.
Max Martinez (23:10):
<laugh> <laugh>. Yeah.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (23:12):
And, and, and so, um, I, I would, if, if you haven’t raised enough money yet mm-hmm. <affirmative>, I would pull back a little bit from the ministry that you feel called to and spend more time on the fundraising side, because you need to have enough to take care of your needs. You, you shouldn’t go into debt. Right. And, and especially if someone is married, they have a family, they need to take care of their family.
Max Martinez (23:38):
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (23:39):
All right. Uh, number eight.
Max Martinez (23:41):
Number eight, uh, keep board informed. Provide regular financial reports to the board of directors to keep them informed and engaged in the organization’s financial wellbeing.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (23:51):
And so every 5 0 1 [inaudible] organization has a board mm-hmm. <affirmative>, and it’s part of the board’s job to keep an eye on the finances. And, and so you should have regular meetings and regular updates with your board so they know how you’re doing. And ideally, your board members should also be involved in helping you to raise money for your ministry. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And then number nine.
Max Martinez (24:12):
Number nine, comply with the laws and regulations. Stay informed of all laws and regulations related to the operation of a 5 0 1 [inaudible] [inaudible] organization and comply with all applicable requirements.
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (24:23):
All right. So we are incorporated here in the United States. And in the United States, the 5 0 1 [inaudible] [inaudible] organization is required to file a nine 90. Okay. Which is an IRS document mm-hmm. <affirmative> every year by May 15th. And so, personal taxes you pay by April 15th mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And you, you use the 10 40 form to do it. Well, an organization files on May 15th every single year, the nine 90. And so I think the organizations up to $50,000, they actually e-file a postcard. It, it’s like an e postcard, and it’s called the nine 90 in mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And then if you have between 50,000 to 250,000 in income, you would file the nine 90 E z and then over 250,000 you would file the nine 90. And they get progressively more complicated and more difficult to keep track of everything, the, the more income that you have. But you want to make sure that you file the proper forms.
Even if you only have a little bit of money coming in, make sure you file the proper forms because, uh, this year you may not have had much, but next year God may pour out his blessings on you. You need to be ready to, to receive it. Yeah. And, and so we owe the IRS a proper accounting of how we use our money. Right. And we also owe our donors a proper accounting. And so all of these different things will help you as you begin to think about setting up accounting for your nonprofit organization. And I love coaching evangelists and helping them mm-hmm. <affirmative> to, to build their ministries. And so if you’re an evangelist and, and you’ve struggled to set up systems or you need help in, in thinking through some of how you would take care of that, go ahead and reach out to me on our website, www.kingministries.com.
And, uh, I would love to help you out and do anything I can to, to coach you, to help you to be a success at handling your finances. This is kind of a boring part of ministry, <laugh>, but it is a very important part of the foundation of having a successful ministry. Yeah. Like a lot of ministers, they wanna go out, they wanna preach. Yes. They wanna get people saved, they wanna get people healed. Yep. But in order to do that effectively, you need to have a good foundation laid so that you can be effective at accounting for your money and telling people about Jesus.
Max Martinez (27:07):
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (27:08):
Any other questions?
Max Martinez (27:09):
Well, I have one more question. So, at the end of the year, or maybe throughout the year, as you’re going through your accounting, uh, you talk about a lot about, um, the importance of, uh, not only making sure the government knows, but your donors know. So how do you, uh, maybe throughout the year, at the end of the year, um, show your donors how you use the money for that year?
Evangelism Coach Daniel King (27:30):
Yeah, that’s a great question. So, at the end of the year in your receipt letter, I would include with it a report on everything that God has done that year. Mm-hmm. <affirmative>. And so in our receipt letter, we tell people, this is how many people attended our crusades. These are the nations that we went to. Uh, this is how many people got saved. This is how many books that we gave away. Right. This is how many people watched our YouTube videos. Like we, we detail all the different areas of ministry that we’ve been engaged in over the course of the year. And, and we basically say, thank you for making this ministry possible, because without your help, we would not be able to preach the gospel or to bring people to Jesus. Yeah. And, and, and so yeah, that reporting is good. And, and you can, you can do it in a letter.
You could, you could do a, like a one sheet with some graphs and some, some bars and different colors to mm-hmm. <affirmative>, make it look exciting, all the different, and put some pictures of all the people that got saved. Uh, but that, that report is very important. And then you can take the same report, put it on your, on your website, share it on social media, because I think the, the more honest and open you are with people, with the results mm-hmm. <affirmative>, the more credibility your ministry will have. And ultimately, the, the more finances that you’ll be given by God to, to steward. Yeah. All right. God bless you. And thanks so much for listening to the Evangelism podcast.
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Evangelism Coach Daniel King (29:59):
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Evangelism Podcast Host (31:19):
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