At my annual checkup, the doctor ordered a number of blood tests.
A Dallas megachurch pastor counts the ways — and costs.
The well-regarded Carver governance model can work for churches.
The economic turbulence across the country has created a bumpy ride for church giving.
Whether it’s a first-time build or new phase of expansion
Church Executive’s Editorial Advisory Panel looks at the year ahead from the perspectives of their work and interests.
Generosity in action Christ Community Church, St. Charles, IL In early 2012, Christ Community Church (CCC) learned about the plight of Sudan’s Nuba people through Samaritan’s Purse, a Christian humanitarian organization. The Nuba people are primarily farmers who have been forced to flee from the Nuba Mountains because they are being attacked by their own [...]
Trust, but verify when staff and volunteers handle funds.
By offering multiple giving options, churches take the hassle out of giving and pave the way for members to exercise greater generosity.
By John Berardino Some lenders want a say in how the church is managed and organized. Megachurches are usually defined as having 2,000 members or more, but when it comes to financing, a mega loan is defined as a loan amount of $5 million or greater regardless of church size. When it comes to financing, [...]