Because we believe that the church and nonprofits can make the world a better place, we decided to take a look at what might be hindering them from doing so. We came to realize that churches were not always operating as efficiently as they could as organizations and that something could be done about it. It is also no secret that churches are struggling and dying while congregations are continuing to age. Burnout is rampant among clergy and caregivers and it doesn't have to be this way. Instead of accepting the status quo and letting nature take its course, Generations Care Partners Foundation (GCPF) wants to see churches thrive, clergy impassioned, caregivers empowered, and our seniors given the autonomy and dignity that they deserve. By partnering together, we are convinced that the church can indeed be the base camp for societal transformation that it is called to be.
Through our work with congregations and nonprofits, we have found that burnout is the common denominator lending to a lack of vitality. Therefore, through coaching and workshops, we have committed ourselves to reversing burnout for clergy, caregivers, congregations, church and nonprofit boards, and nonprofit executives and staff.
To partner with congregations and nonprofits to help them become effective change agents in their communities.
We enrich the physical and spiritual health of clergy and congregants by reversing burnout so they can be their their best and truest selves.
Our Core Values
We believe that churches belong in communities.
We believe churches are called to be change agents in those communities.
We believe that burnout does not have to be the cost
Brandyn is our founding Director and passionate about intergenerational dialogue and building healthy congregations. As former Executive Director of Kindling Hope, a UCC pastor, and owner of numerous business enterprises, he enjoys taking complex problems and turning them into promising opportunities for the betterment of humanity.
MBA / MGCM / MDIV / PCC