Financial pressure from adverse banking relationships or just financing or refinancing your real estate debt can be stressful and may seem insurmountable.  We have capabilities which are both industry specific and based on years of banking and financial management experience. We work with Christian Schools, Churches, Ministries, and For Profit Businesses to restructure, negotiate, and refinance debt.  We also have specialization in strategic planning, fundraising, budgeting, and all aspects of financial management.   Find out how our services can help you get on the path to healing, solvency, and financial success.

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Please note that we are not a law firm and do not render legal advice.  If the services of an attorney are required, then only a law firm can provide such legal services.  We are not a "debt settlement" firm, and we do not work with consumer debt.

The Financial Rescue Plan for Nonprofits

Author, successful banker and founder of CFS Financial, John R. Warren, offers a Plan to Rescue struggling organizations from the throes of financial defeat. By focusing on excellence and the simplicity of effective financial management, John seeks to equip boards and other organization leaders with the tools necessary to survive and even thrive. Warren explains, “My passion is using my skills, experience and education to advance Christian education and the work of churches and parachurch ministries by providing consulting to churches, schools and ministries nationwide. In this book, I explain the external economic environment, the current state of the banking industry as it relates to this group, and the organization-threatening financial obstacles faced by Christian nonprofits. My hope is that this book will assist you in taking a more radical, focused approach as you lead your organization.”


To Preview John's book, just click on the cover.

John R. Warren, CEO, Author, Speaker

John is available for speaking engagements large and small.  He has spoken at education conferences, to entire school families, to school boards, to trade organizations, and other audiences ranging from 10 to 1,000.  His speaking topics include: Leading your nonprofit through the murky waters of today’s economy, Measuring your school financially against your peers, Managing your banking relationship, Restructuring  in a decision-making context, Transitioning your board from dysfunctional to functional, From surviving to thriving, Fundraising basics that work when your constituents are struggling, and Financial Management 101. 


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