Stewardship as worship

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Welcome to Church Executive’s second annual Good Steward Awards!

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Business training for pastors is gaining ground

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“A church isn’t a business. But, running one does require some business management techniques.”

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Transitioning to military chaplaincy

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Before making the leap, survey the landscape — prerequisites, daily duties, education, training, and traits that can help set you apart.

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Dealing with a sex offender

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By Eric Spacek, JD, ARM If you believe a sex offender has started attending your church, take action. Not doing so could result in significant legal liability if a situation occurs on your property. Step 1: Learn the local laws. First, be certain that the individual is a convicted sex offender. Double-check that the person […]

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When hiring externally makes more sense

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When filling a key leadership position at your church, my guess is many of you might prefer hiring an insider first.

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Fighting fear with faith

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“Our Journey of Hope” — a vital new program from Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) — equips pastors to minister to members with cancer.

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Charles Jenkins: transformational leader

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At 24, Charles Jenkins took up the pastoral reins of Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church (Fellowship Chicago) following the retirement in December 2000 of its legendary founding pastor the Rev. Clay Evans, who served the church for 50 years.

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What do we do with Luke?

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That’s the question Dr. Aubrey Malphurs throws at pastors who get upset when he talks about Luke’s “theology of numbers.”

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Leading by serving

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For the first 35 years of his life, Sutton Turner worshiped many things — toys, money, cars, career, real estate.

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Groupthink in church

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Groupthink refers to the increase of conformity within a group that leads to the acceptance of the prevailing viewpoint without critical consideration.

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