Fellowship of Companies for Christ / FCCI

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Fellowship of Companies for Christ (FCCI) is a community of business leaders united by a vision that Christ can change our world through how we do business.

Contact information

Mailing address:
Fellowship of Companies for Christ
P.O. Box 941010
Atlanta, GA 30341

Website: fcci-site.com/

Phone: (770) 685-6000

Email: [email protected]

Organization details

EIN: 581428134

CEO/President: Ryan Dickinson

Chairman: Mr. Robert "Bobby" Mitchell

Board size: 15

Founder: Mr. Robert "Bobby" Mitchell

Ruling year: 1990

Tax deductible: Yes

Fiscal year end: 12/31

Member of ECFA: Yes

Member of ECFA since: 2008


Transforming the world through Christ, one company leader at a time.

Mission statement

In pursuit of Christ's eternal objectives, we equip and encourage Christian business leaders to operate their businesses and conduct their personal lives in accordance with Biblical principles.

Statement of faith

There is one God, eternally existing in three persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

The Bible is God's written and inspired revelation to man and is the primary authority for man's life.

We believe in the deity of Jesus Christ, His virgin birth, sinless life, miracles, death on the cross to provide redemption, resurrection, bodily ascension into heaven, present ministry of intercession for us, and His return to earth in power and glory.

We believe in the personality and deity of the Holy Spirit, His power to perform the miracle of the new birth in unbelievers and to indwell believers, enabling them to live a godly life.

Man was created in the image of God, and because of sin was alienated from God-that alienation can be removed only by accepting, through faith, God's gift of salvation which was made possible by Christ's atoning death and resurrection.

Jesus Christ is the Head of the Church, and all believers are to assemble together regularly for worship, for edification through the Scriptures, and for mutual encouragement.

Jesus Christ commanded all believers to proclaim the Gospel throughout the world and to disciple people in every nation. The fulfillment of that Great Commission requires that all worldly and personal ambitions be subordinated to a total commitment to "Him who loved us and gave Himself for us.

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Financial efficiency ratings

Sector: Christian Growth

CategoryRatingOverall rankSector rank
Overall efficiency rating582 of 111032 of 60
Fund acquisition rating750 of 111140 of 60
Resource allocation rating743 of 111141 of 60
Asset utilization rating215 of 111017 of 60

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Balance sheet
Receivables, inventories, prepaids$51,812$132,214$264,077$65,439$116,246
Short-term investments$0$0$0$0$0
Other current assets$0$0$0$0$0
Total current assets$784,053$668,655$839,155$1,121,995$1,781,714
Long-term investments$0$0$0$0$0
Fixed assets$5,456$7,314$7,899$9,636$27,054
Other long-term assets$0$0$0$0$0
Total long-term assets$5,456$7,314$7,899$9,636$27,054
Total assets$789,509$675,969$847,054$1,131,631$1,808,768
Payables and accrued expenses$18,167$37,859$40,406$63,145$31,547
Other current liabilities$19,665$0$0$0$13,985
Total current liabilities$37,832$37,859$40,406$63,145$45,532
Due to (from) affiliates$0$0$0$0$0
Other long-term liabilities$0$0$0$0$0
Total long-term liabilities$0$0$0$0$0
Total liabilities$37,832$37,859$40,406$63,145$45,532
Net assets20222021202020192018
Without donor restrictions$736,291$623,381$783,716$1,021,416$1,318,149
With donor restrictions$15,386$14,729$22,932$47,070$445,087
Net assets$751,677$638,110$806,648$1,068,486$1,763,236
Revenues and expenses
Total contributions$1,120,310$1,446,404$1,248,146$758,049$1,211,466
Program service revenue$360,974$206,459$119,336$534,053$782,100
Membership dues$112,464$116,425$106,875$0$0
Investment income$2,231$2,613$2,018($8,279)$2,023
Other revenue($3,737)($3,252)$3,668$2,720$6,278
Total other revenue$471,932$322,245$231,897$528,494$790,401
Total revenue$1,592,242$1,768,649$1,480,043$1,286,543$2,001,867
Program services$1,170,709$1,394,099$1,225,369$1,658,372$1,612,701
Management and general$209,704$278,566$293,951$266,106$221,757
Total expenses$1,478,675$1,937,187$1,741,881$1,981,293$1,858,458
Change in net assets20222021202020192018
Surplus (deficit)$113,567($168,538)($261,838)($694,750)$143,409
Other changes in net assets$0$0$0$0$0
Total change in net assets$113,567($168,538)($261,838)($694,750)$143,409


Frank VannOperations/Finance Manager$112,233
Ryan DickinsonExecutive Director & Director$36,000

Compensation data as of: 12/31/2022

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The information below was provided to MinistryWatch by the ministry itself. It was last updated 5/2/2023. To update the information below, please email: [email protected]


In 1896, Charles M. Sheldon's book, "In His Steps," was first published. It challenged readers to ask the question, "What would Jesus do?" before making decisions or taking action.

Almost eighty years after "In His Steps," was published, Robert L. "Bobby" Mitchell, a young Atlanta businessman, received a copy. He understood that applying the question "What would Jesus do?" has incredible ramifications. Nevertheless, he was determined that following Jesus' steps through the business world was exactly what God was calling him to do.

Bobby's commitment to Bible study led him to join a group of business people - many of whom were top Atlanta executives. Their integrity and faithfulness impressed him, and it did not take long to discover that God was calling others to walk with Him in their businesses. Bobby's prayers for the future were answered when his friend B.G. "Bert" Stumberg, approached him about a company - Applied Ceramics, Inc. - that was in need of new direction and fresh leadership.

Bobby brought Bert to his Bible study and soon, Bert renewed his commitment to Christ, and the two dedicated themselves to operating their companies based on Biblical principles. In 1977 their search for wisdom led them to a Leadership Dynamics meeting in Point Clear, Alabama, where their vision of leading a company for Christ was clarified and Bill Leonard accepted Jesus as his personal Savior.

Bill began his journey with Bobby and Bert, and soon Larry Burkett joined their cause. Together these men invited many of Georgia's Christian business leaders to hear the vision that God was developing, and to encourage them to join in pursuing that vision. Out of that meeting came a group of seven that struggled together for the next two years learning how to walk with Christ in their personal and business lives. Bobby, Bert, Bill and Larry along with Jim Moye, Ben Lively and Tom Harris formed a nucleus that actually functioned much like what has become an FCCI Business Leadership Group or CBO Resource Team. These men, along with Jim Pursell and Smith Lanier, became the original FCCI Board of Directors.

What began as a few business leaders searching for answers on how to run their companies for Christ, grew to a globe-spanning Fellowship of company stewards united by a common vision. We believe that God can use the why and how of our businesses to positively impact the world for the sake of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

FCCI's rich four decade plus history is more fully explored in the book A Walk in The Market.

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