Through my interactions with other pastors, I have found there are many of us missing three disciplines in preaching. What are they?
Developing a strong and trusted relationship with your lender can provide your As your ministry looks to begin a relationship with a lender — or maybe improve an existing one — having insight into the mind of a lender will help you develop this vital partnership.
Creating an irresistible, welcoming environment for young families & their children is important for any church. For a church that meets in a rented facility, what else should be considered?
When selecting portable room dividers, which components will deliver lasting, durable performance?
How Villanova’s Center for Church Management & Business Ethics is making it easy for busy pastors and church leaders to continue their education.
We counsel our house-of-worship clients to be proactive by preparing for the repair and replacement expenses that are both inevitable and predictable. But, we also counsel them to be wise.
I decided to do some research about what was happening at ministries around the country. The result of that search led to additional discussions and the following 4-step checklist when interviewing and potentially hiring family members of staff or of board members.
The next generation is hopeful: 96 percent of them agree, “I believe I can do something great.” The church is in a unique position to capture their hearts — but, they lack solid ground in which to root their hopes.
In our last article, we together began our journey to move “beyond insurance.” We then examined the first step in that process: risk identification, analysis and evaluation. Now, we undertake the next step in our journey: risk avoidance.
All employers — even churches — must be aware that the Department of Labor (DOL) takes the default position that all employees are nonexempt. This means they are eligible for minimum wage and overtime pay unless the employer can demonstrate that an exemption outlined by the DOL and the Act applies.