Church Development Fund Announces Name Change to CDF Capital

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New CDF Capital Brand Revealed, Corporate Mission Remains the Same

I believe as leaders in the church funding marketplace, we can come alongside churches to meet their needs, and it is my vision that CDF Capital can work with others in the industry to be a valuable asset to churches across the nation.

Church Development Fund, a ministry of Provision Ministry Group, announced this July a new name and logo. Debuting at the North American Christian Convention, in Anaheim, the new name, CDF Capital was met with great enthusiasm. This change was made to better reflect the ministry and its long time mission: “Helping Churches Grow”.

CDF Capital, originally established in 1953 as the Churches of Christ Building and Loan Fund, was founded with the express purpose of removing obstacles that hindered church growth. In 1953, the most significant obstacle was access to financial capital to purchase land and build new churches. In 1972, the ministry changed its name to, Church Development Fund as it expanded.

Since its founding, CDF Capital has served over 900 churches and ministries and has funded over $1.6 billion in loans. Over the past 63 years, the marketplace has shifted. Barriers that now obstruct church growth have changed as well. To stay true to its mission of “Helping Churches Grow”, CDF Capital launched two new ministry divisions in addition to its historic Financial Capital division: Leadership Capital, and Spiritual Capital.

CDF Capital President, Dusty Rubeck, states “I believe as leaders in the church funding marketplace, we can come alongside churches to meet their needs, and it is my vision that CDF Capital can work with others in the industry to be a valuable asset to churches across the nation.”

Leadership Capital; launched in 2015, with Sean Morgan as the Vice President at the helm. The Leadership Capital team offers a clear vision to help local churches navigate toward health and growth by offering services into three areas; Learn, Plan and Act. With staff health diagnostics, workshops, and coaching, Leadership Capital is able to fit the specific needs of each church, resulting in effective ministry impact.

Spiritual Capital, the newest division within CDF Capital, launches in the fall of 2016. Spiritual Capital will provide resources and tools to focus on spiritual formation for individuals and church leaders.

The name change to CDF Capital reflects the three divisions of the ministry and the resulting transformation that comes when a church is properly resourced with Financial, Leadership, and Spiritual Capital.

Nathan Elson, Vice President of Marketing, states, “The triad of services we provide - Financial, Leadership, and Spiritual Capital, are represented in the shapes and colors of our logo. The overall shape of the logo mark is a triangle, a classical symbol of change and transformation. All together our new identity, name and logo, embody a return to who and what we have always been. Although we have served the Church since 1953, our story is just beginning.”

About CDF Capital:
Since its founding in 1953, CDF Capital, has provided financing for the expansion, building and growth of Independent Christian Churches and ministries all across the United States. Today, CDF Capital on than just attendance and finances; it also involves congregational spiritual maturity, a culture of healthy leadership, discipleship-making, and more. When a church is properly resourced financially, spiritually, and in leadership, lives are transformed.

For more information, visit CDF Capital online at http://www.CDFcapital.org
and on social media platforms at
https://www.facebook.com/CDFcapital/
http:// https://www.instagram.com/CDFcapital/
https://twitter.com/CDFcapital

For more information, please contact:

Nathan Elson
Vice President of Marketing
CDF Capital
2050 Main Street, Suite 400
Irvine, CA 92614
949.417.5806
nelson(at)cdfcapital(dot)org

Dusty Rubeck
President
CDF Capital
2050 Main Street, Suite 400
Irvine, CA 92614
drubeck(at)cdfcapital(dot)org

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