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Measuring Social and Spiritual Impact

Three Simple Questions to Ask to Set Yourself Up for Success

March 14, 2024 10:00 am PT

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Presented by David Bronkema, Professor in the College of Business and Leadership at Eastern University

David holds the Eastern University Templeton Chair for Christian Service through Entrepreneurship and is a primary faculty member in the PhD in Organizational Leadership program. David’s formal education includes an M.A. in International Relations and a Ph.D. in Sociocultural Anthropology from Yale University. 


His publications, writings, and talks have explored the intersection between business, civil society, faith, and justice, with a particular interest in the area of spiritual metrics, Business as Mission, religion and development, community development and advocacy, evangelical approaches to engaging the development field, and the informing of anthropological theory from a faith-based perspective.

David grew up in Portugal and Italy in a missionary family, and after graduating from Swarthmore College in 1983, he spent the next five years in Honduras working with a Honduran Protestant community development organization and with peasant, labor, and human rights organizations in that country. In 1998, David joined the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), coordinating their programs first in Central America and then also in the Andean Region. During his time at Eastern, David has helped create and facilitate a website on evangelical advocacy, a conference on measuring spiritual impact, a Business as Mission Collaboration group, and has served on a variety of boards and as an advisor for development agencies and conferences.

This webinar is based on the blog written by David Bronkema

Measuring Social and Spiritual Impact:

Three Simple Questions to Ask to Set Yourself Up for Success

We hope to see you there!

March 14, 2024 at 10:00 am PT

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