Julie Bullock, CFRE

Senior Generosity Strategist

Julie Bullock brings a unique gift mix to our team of generosity strategists. She has had experience in a wide variety of capacities influencing churches and organizations to embrace a culture of generosity. Prior to joining Generis, Julie served as the director of stewardship and generosity at Community Christian Church, a multi-site church in Chicagoland with 13 campus locations. While on staff at Community, Julie also served as the director of development for the NewThing network, Community's church planting network, as a generosity coach to new church plants and churches desiring to go multi-site.

Julie has also served as the director of development for Wheaton College, leading a team of 30 advancement professionals in a $160 million capital campaign and previously served as a top major gifts officer on Wheaton's team during their $260 million campaign as well, the largest in Wheaton's history. Julie holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business and Economics from Wheaton College, a Masters in Business Administration from Oklahoma State University, training and certification from R&R Newkirk in gift planning and charitable estate planning, and has earned her international certification as a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE).

Julie, her husband Jud, and their daughter Jayma reside in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area, where Jud raises beef cattle and where they both are involved in their church - of which Julie serves on the board.

Julie is experienced and talented at working with innovative churches of all denominations and sizes - from those with a $200k annual budget to those with a $50M annual budget. You'll find Julie to be a sharp mind with a warm and energetic spirit and a work ethic of excellence.


Julie Bullock, CFRE

For many people in our churches, they fall into one of three camps. Some have been giving generously for years and have learned the discipline of living a generous life. Others have been hurt or 'burned' by the Church and thus are holding back and possibly giving modestly if at all. And still others, simply have not yet learned, heard, or experienced what God would have for them in this area of discipleship and are new to the topic. However, ALL of these types of people are the people God wants to speak to on the topic of giving. Gospel-centered generosity comes from an understanding of who Jesus is and what His life was truly about, and that understanding is never at a point of "arrival." It is constant, continuous, and transformational - daily. It is my joy and privilege to help equip pastors and church leaders to release this type of understanding and joyful commitment within their people so that each and every one of us can take our next steps in living the generous life set before us.