Ministry Leader Brings a Heart For Business Leaders
ST. CHARLES, ILLINOIS, February 12, 2018 — The Board of Directors of Christian Business Fellowship (CBF), the fast-growing para-church ministry that equips, encourages, and energizes business leaders and entrepreneurs, has hired Collin D. Duff to serve as Director of Operations. In this newly-created position, Collin will oversee staff and volunteers at CBF’s new offices with the primary goals of increasing services for our valued members, supporting our beloved volunteer leaders, growing the membership at our chapters, and planting more chapters throughout the world.
Saved by the grace of God through faith in Jesus Christ at age 20, Collin’s love for The Lord has grown throughout his life. A hunger to deeply know the truth of Scripture prompted Collin to enroll at Moody Bible Institute, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Biblical Exposition with Highest Honors in 2013. While an undergraduate, Collin co-founded the scholarly journal SOMA, a publication that continues to thrive. Collin furthered his education by earning a Masters of Arts in Systematic Theology in 2017 from Wheaton College Graduate School with Highest Honors.
Collin worked at Harvest Bible Fellowship from 2013-2017, serving in positions that put his skills in leadership, management, communications, and administration to good use. During that time he captured the vision of the executives, creating and improving programs that brought the vision to a reality of impactful ministry. “Collin has a great work ethic, outstanding organization skills, and consistent demeanor. He exceeded expectations because he is a great critical thinker, and very dependable. Not only did Collin get the work done, but it was better than expected,” said Kent C. Shaw, former Executive Director of Harvest Bible Fellowship and Collin’s superior there.
“We’re excited to welcome Collin to the CBF family,” remarked Bill Molinari, Executive Chairman at CBF. “Collin and his team will be a blessing to our members and leaders, and untold business communities in the future.”
Christian Business Fellowship (CBF) was created as a mutually-beneficial forum for business leaders. At CBF our members learn from proven business experts, counsel with a peer group of business leaders, and share their experience in a peer-to-peer roundtable setting. CBF’s mission is to equip, encourage and energize business leaders through teaching, fellowship, accountability, counsel and prayer with the purpose of mobilizing them to build the church.
Joseph D’Alessandro, Board Director, CBF | email@example.com | 630-404-3869