Crossing Capital helps faith communities, and other BIPOC anchor institutions harness the power of their assets in order to be a catalyst for communal transformation and economic renewal. We leverage the power of storytelling and social networks to improve facilities and equip leaders ensuring institutional sustainability while making a social impact. We call this Fishing Differently!

Through our Advisory Services we equip clients with the vision and tools to apply for multiple sources of pre -development capital required to plan, launch, and scale socially beneficial real estate development projects and businesses.

Our workshops explore the F.I.S.Hing Differently concepts and explore the stories, practices, and theologies in light of the changes in local landscapes.

We established the Oikos Institute for Social Impact to create mutually supportive regional network to introduce the F.I.S.H.ing Differently concepts in a collective learning environment. In partnership with seminaries, universities, and foundations, Oikos Institute leads a participatory learning experience. 


Fishing Differently

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“‘Fishing Differently’ offers an approach that helps churches move away from a maintenance mindset into mission and service. The book offers practical examples, demonstrating how churches can combine strong faith capital with social, human, and intellectual capital to achieve God’s will for them.”

– Lovett H. Weems, Jr., Distinguished Professor of Church Leadership at Wesley Seminary in Washington D.C., and Senior Consultant, Lewis Center for Church Leadership.