WEB-EXCLUSIVE: See something — say something?

We’ve all heard of the “See Something, Say SomethingTM” campaign. But, how does this concept apply in a house of worship?

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WEB-EXCLUSIVE: Protect your church from domestic disputes

Before domestic disputes make their way to your church, know how to protect your congregation.

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WEB-EXCLUSIVE: Why acoustics matter so much

The best speakers, mics and mixers money can buy won’t fix poor room acoustics.

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WEB-EXCLUSIVE: 5 questions to consider before your next church trip

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By Eric Spacek, JD, ARM Taking a mission trip, or traveling to a convention, concert or speaking event are great ways to extend the reach of your ministry. However, once you begin transporting members off the property on behalf of the church, there are special circumstances to consider. Make sure you ask yourself these five […]

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WEB-EXCLUSIVE: Do you really need a Master of Divinity to pastor?

Statistics from groups such as the Association of Theological Schools reveal that the Master of Divinity degree

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WEB-EXCLUSIVE: Top 5 church software trends for 2014

We see some big changes in church software coming for 2014.

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WEB-EXCLUSIVE: Be ready to respond to a violent incident at your church

Churches are often viewed as safe havens — places where community members can come to worship and learn without being harmed.

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Web Exclusive: Why the church must embrace the technological revolution

By Mark Brooks The message of the Church is eternal and never needs changing! Yet, how we do Church must continually change. We’re living in the midst of a technological and communications revolution, and we must embrace it or be left behind.  Here are some thoughts. We live in the 21st century, which is driven by […]

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6 steps to make your end-of-year appeal more effective

Did you know that 22 percent of charities’ yearly gifts come in the last two days of the year?

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The disaster-ready pastor

When tragedy strikes in the form of a fire, a flood or another natural disaster, a church leader is are forced to make decisions on the fly — often with little knowledge of the potential consequences. Let’s change that.

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