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Join as a first-time organizational member and receive the benefit of a Buy One, Get One 1/2 Off registration to the 2016 National Conference. A registration link to redeem the Buy One, Get One 1/2 Off benefit will be emailed to the primary contact within three business days. For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For the past 25 years, CCDA and 1,000 associated organizations have been pursuing a common vision to see wholistically restored communities with Christians fully engaged in the process of transformation. CCDA is strategically positioned to lead efforts across our country to address poverty and issues of injustice. We do this by supporting the work of local Practitioners (churches and organizations located in under-resourced neighborhoods and directly practicing the 8 Key Components of CCD) and Partners (churches and organizations providing needed support for Practitioners) coming together around a common vision and exercising our voice on the national stage. Read more about Partner organization descriptions.
Our goal is to have Practitioner and Partner organizations joining together as active CCDA members, ensuring the ongoing mission of CCDA to inspire, train, and connect Christians who seek to bear witness to the Kingdom of God by reclaiming and restoring under-resourced communities.
As one of our members stated, “[We] are an organizational member of CCDA because we are committed and indebted to the work of the [association]. [Our organization] would not have begun without the work and people of CCDA.”
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- Create a personal login or log in with your existing username and password.
- Affiliate with your organization in the Organizational Affiliation section of the members area.
- Pay for your organizational membership in the members area
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Organizational Membership Benefits
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CCDA is partnering with intermediaries providing support to help strengthen and equip local practitioners with critical resources for the work in their communities. Local intermediaries are often churches and other organizations who come alongside of practitioners in under-resourced neighborhoods with volunteers, financial commitments, expertise and other resources to enhance the practitioner’s capacity. National intermediaries look to CCDA to help connect their work to the grassroots. In return, CCDA leans on its intermediaries as critical partners that offer unique services and expertise in specific areas to our grassroots practitioners.
CCDA is partnering with academic institutions to help shape the next generation of Christian Community Development practitioners and to broaden the movement of CCD. We view colleges and seminaries as critical training grounds where students can be introduced to the biblical foundations of CCD or have their understanding deepened.
Academic institutions look to CCDA to help future practitioners become connected with veteran CCD practitioners, resources, or ministry opportunities. In return, CCDA turns to its academic partners to help give theological rootedness to the movement and to broaden engagement across ministry lines. Ultimately, the hope is that these partnerships will help bridge the divide that sometimes exists between doctrine and practice.
CCDA is partnering with denominations to help shape the next generation of Christian Community Development practitioners and deepen the movement of CCD. We view denominations as critical partners—uniquely positioned to spiritually form church leaders in their understanding and practice of CCD.
Denominations look to CCDA to help give models and examples of what CCD-churches look like and to help leaders become connected with veteran CCD practitioners, resources, or ministry opportunities. In return, CCDA turns to its denominational partners to help give church-rootedness to the movement and to broaden engagement across theological lines. Our desire is to see churches practice an incarnational theology and become tied to the needs of their respective communities. This connection is of particular importance since one of CCD’ s eight key components is that ministries be ” church-based.”
Email email@example.com for more information about Denominational Partnerships.