Loan Consultants

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John Bongiorno

(Missouri)
Cell: 417-848-0786
john@worldserveintl.org

Bucky Deleasa

(Maryland, New Jersey, New York & Virginia)
Office: 888.878.0929 x238
Cell: 201-280-0195
buckyd@njag.org
“Be realistic in your planning. First, identify a budget your church can afford. Then, plan according to that budget. God may provide more along the way, but in the meantime you will be faithful stewards of what he has already provided.”

Chester Kope

(Florida)
Office: 561-400-7848
ckope@hisfund.com
“The cost of doing ministry can be expensive and the lending process overwhelming. It’s important that you build a project that will be within your financial means, and if you are refinancing, that you find a rate that will mean more monthly cash flow.”

Rob Marzano

(Delaware, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, & ALL OTHERS)
Office: 866-219-0820
Cell: 908-507-8997
rmarzano@hisfund.com
“Waiting until you are ready to apply for a loan is not the time to find out a lender won’t accept your church’s financial statements. Practice good stewardship by being prepared and proactive. If you’ve never had your church’s financial statements reviewed for compliance with accepted accounting practices and principles, contact a reputable accounting professional who has experience in church accounting, if you don’t know one, your District Office will be happy to give you a referral.”

Dr. Randall Rogers

(North Carolina, South Carolina)
Cell: 919-631-9483
rrogers@ncag.org
“A church must be careful to build only when it can do so within the income God has provided and without using funds needed to minister to people.”

Dr. Randy Valimont

(Georgia)
Office: 678-688-3381
rvalimont@griffinfirst.org
“Please bring someone else from outside the organization who can look with a different set of eyes. I have seen many churches spend unnecessarily for a project that could have been better engineered had they had someone else’s help. With nine building projects completed in the past 20 years, I believe we can help secure a loan and save money too.”

Building Project Consultant

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