Date: Tuesday December 5
Duration: 60-Minute Webinar
Time: 1:00pm EST ~ 12:00pm CST ~ 11:00am MST ~ 10:00am PST
Join us for the Acknowledging & Reporting Contributions for Churches & Nonprofits—10 Things You Must Know! Webinar with Dan Busby, president of ECFA, Michael Martin, vice president and legal counsel of ECFA, and John Van Drunen, executive vice president and general counsel of ECFA.
Learning Objectives: Coming Soon!
Dan Busby, President of ECFA (Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability), has been involved in the work of the churches and nonprofit organizations for his entire career.
On staff with ECFA since 1998, he was named ECFA’s Acting President in March 2008 and later was selected as President. He served as a member of the Commission on Accountability and Policy for Religious Organizations, a national legislative advisory commission convened to address legislative proposals for the nonprofit sector in response to a request by Senator Charles Grassley, a member of the U.S. Senate Finance Committee.
Michael Martin serves as ECFA’s vice president and legal counsel. He graduated with a bachelor of arts in government, summa cum laude, from Oral Roberts University and a juris doctor from Regent University School of Law, where he was editor-in-chief of the Regent University Law Review.
Michael is passionate about helping churches and Christ-centered nonprofits with legal and tax-related issues and compliance with ECFA standards. In addition to authoring and reviewing articles and other resources featured in ECFA publications, he assists with member compliance, Capitol Hill initiatives, and the Commission on Accountability and Policy for Religious Organizations.
John Van Drunen
John Van Drunen is ECFA executive vice president and general counsel with a bachelor of arts in accounting, magna cum laude, from Anderson University and a juris doctor from Regent University School of Law. His responsibilities at ECFA primarily relate to managing the compliance program and writing and speaking on technical nonprofit issues.
John has received many awards, including The Virginia Bar Association recognition for his pro bono work during his tenure as a law student. This work included working with nonprofit organizations and assisting low-income individuals by preparing their taxes through the IRS V.I.T.A. program.
Continuing Education Credit
In order to receive CPE or CEU credit, you must register and log on individually to the webinar, attend a minimum of 50 minutes of the webinar, and answer all polling questions during the webinar. (The recommended credit for this webinar is: 1 CPE credit and 0.1 CEU credit.)
CPE - NASBA Credit: ECFA is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN 37312-2417. Website: www.nasbaregistry.org. CPE credits earned are based on a 50-minute session equaling one CPE credit—Recommended CPE credit: 1 hour specialized knowledge. Program level: basic; delivery method: group internet-based; prerequisites: none; advanced preparation: none.
CEU - The Church Network Credit: ECFA is a National Registered Continuing Education Provider (NRCEP) with The Church Network. This program is a premier comprehensive continuing education program related to administration in the local church. It is designed to enhance the ongoing professional development of The Church Network members and other ministry professionals, through the offering of quality learning experiences. 0.1 CEUs will be granted to persons who properly register and attend one contact hour of a minimum of 50 minutes of lecture, presentation, or discussion on approved topics.