Sandy Clark has a long history with Bethel. Her initial connection to Bethel came when her husband, David (now Vice President and Dean of Bethel Seminary), joined the Bethel Seminary faculty in 1988.
Sandy taught College Writing as an adjunct at Bethel from 1988-1995. In 1995, she joined the Office of Development as Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations. She served in this role until 2013 when she stepped into a new position as Seminary Investor Relations Officer.
Why Sandy Enjoys Her Work
We live in a world in crisis. Sandy notes that her position gives her an extraordinary opportunity to engage investors who want to make a difference with their lives and their stewardship dollars.
Bethel Seminary’s unique approach to holistic ministry leadership development – coupled with a deeply rooted commitment to the truth and centrality of God’s Word – make it a great fit for strategic Kingdom builders.
“Thoughtful Christ followers know their stewardship is multiplied when they equip and launch Evangelical leaders who are prepared for the challenges of 21st century ministry," notes Sandy.
“A solid biblical and theological foundation, spiritual formation grounded in an authentic relationship with God, and emotionally intelligent leadership development build ministry durability. That’s investment longevity.
“The influence of an effective Kingdom leader ripples into the lives of everyone whose life is touched by that leader’s ministry. Equipping that leader creates leverage.
“Most people want to live lives of significance. Investing in the preparation of the next generation of Kingdom leaders becomes impact that continues on when this life ends. That’s legacy.
“My job is offering Christ-followers an opportunity for stewardship longevity, leverage, and legacy. I might just have the best job in the world.”
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