The Internal Revenue Services (IRS) issued revised final regulations under Internal Revenue Code section 403(b) in July of 2007.
On one level Ken Blanchard is an academic, entrepreneur, management guru and author whose books have sold 18 million copies in 30 languages, including his first, The One Minute Manager (1982).
Some of the biggest misconceptions in the American church today come as the result of the labeling of individual churches. Churches have always been labeled.
According to the United States Department of Labor the average time spent watching television each day by individuals is two and a half hours; yet, the amount of time devoted to religious activities is only seven minutes per day.
A Las Vegas church is redesigned to reflect the environment and welcome its community.
By law board members are supposed to put the best interest of the church above all personal considerations — but how is that even possible?
In recent years, the environmental stewardship of churches has become an important topic, as it should be.
Jack Taylor knows how to write a message for a roadside billboard.
Will Mancini in his new book, Church Unique: How Missional Leaders Cast Vision, Capture Culture, and Create Movement (JosseyBass/Leadership Network, 2008) says visioning sometimes can be scary.
Martha Grace Reese doesn’t mince words when it comes to the E-word — evangelism. Her study of American evangelism within seven mainline churches, and the subsequent books, leaves her with strong convictions: