May 2012 - Church Executive


We are all recruiters

In any non-profit industry, you rely a lot on volunteers to help.

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The virtue of not changing

Some concerned about their church’s well-being also experience frustration with their church’s inability to change.

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The consensus camel

Perhaps you’ve heard a version of the saying “a camel is a horse designed by a church committee.

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Faith & Film: “I see a Godly movement happening in the film industry”

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The June 2012 issue of Church Executive carries a special section

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More isn’t always better

Now that Easter has passed and summer is approaching, it’s a great time to do some spring cleaning.

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Fun at work, really?

There’s something special in a workplace when employees enjoy their jobs and are passionate about their work.

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10 things to know about leading young adults

What are the younger generation looking for in a church leader?

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Spiritual entrepreneurs

I have a number of friends that are entrepreneurs.

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What can churches learn from hospitality field?

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Know your target, put metrics in place, and push the envelope are just a few lessons.

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Ropin’ in the souls

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“A lot of the same attitudes that horses have, people have.”

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