We come together every year to learn from each other in the context of our relationships.
From philanthropy to impact investing, from spiritual discernment to practical tips, from urgent needs at home to generational impact around the world, we seek Biblical wisdom in the expression of our Christian stewardship.
We invite a stellar group of doers and thinkers to help us understand new ideas and current events; place current events in historical context; examine the Scriptures and hold complex ideas in tension. Our guests come to share their expertise from a diversity of fields: entrepreneurs and investors, disrupters and institutionalists, theologians and pastors, artists and craftsmen, policymakers and pundits.
We cover everything from the practice of philanthropy, to the leadership of our families, to the opportunities for joining in God's work around the world.
We connect fellow givers who innately understand the responsibilities of wealth. In a safe and trusted setting, we offer each other plates of encouragement and kernels of wisdom, without judgment or expectations.
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It was curiosity that brought us to The Gathering, but it was authentic relationships that kept us coming back.
You can multiply your impact by collaborating and learning from a community of givers.
Some of the greatest relationships that I have exist within this community.
Bob Caldwell Jr.
The Gathering is a concentrated group of high capacity, Kingdom-driven individuals. It enables me to connect with those folks over best practices and ideas and to be there as a friend and build real, authentic relationships.
The Gathering is a sacred space for our family, a rare catalyst for friendships, conversations, and perspectives we have not found anywhere else.
The Round Table
Essays on faith, philanthropy & stewardship
The Long Good-Bye
June 29, 2022
Why had we not done this before? Why had we waited so long?
Idols of Old Men
June 22, 2022
Solomon sabotaged the nation’s future by dismantling their moral core. It was not simply personal idolatry.
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