BGW Momentum Campaign – ministry funding solution

a comprehensive approach to raising funds for ministry funding and kingdom expansion

Funding for ministry growth or expansion has traditionally been limited to capital campaigns that rely solely on short-term donors. BGW Momentum is a comprehensive ministry funding solution that revolutionizes the capital campaign process by focusing on teaching sound biblical principles of discipleship and stewardship, engaging the entrepreneurs within the church, and leveraging the power of planned giving.

BGW (Building God’s Way), an affiliate of The Collage Companies, is a complete network of resources and services for churches, not-for–profits and ministry organizations with expertise in organizational growth, fund raising, financing, design, construction and equipment supply. BGW/COLLAGE provides integrated services in central and northern Florida under a cohesive and proven system of project delivery.

Building God’s Way (BGW) was established as a company in 1998, but the real story of BGW dates back to 1972, when founder Daniel Cook established his first construction company. In 1975, Dan became a registered architect and began his pursuit of architectural excellence with a focus on developing cost-effective solutions. The company designed and built hundreds of projects with an estimated value in excess of $500 million in the western intermountain region between 1975 and 1995. Building God’s Way has designed more than 700 ministry-based facilities and has served hundreds of others through its broad network of Kingdom building services.

Daniel Cook holds an NCARB (National Council of Architectural Registration Boards) certification and is licensed in 47 states. Architect Don Mahoney joined BGW as a partner in 2003 and brings 34+ years of experience. With an extensive background in performing arts design, he has become a leader in the field of faith-based architecture and has been recognized with a number of national church design awards. Dan Cook and Don Mahoney lead a staff of highly trained architects, MEP engineers, designers, drafters, project managers, as well as personnel in the areas of building supply, business development, accounting, and administration.