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Church Executive, September 2010, Volume 9, Issue 9

Among the highlights of the September issue is an interview with Frank Santora, Senior Pastor of Faith Church in New Milford, CT. Also, there is an interview with Amy Hanson about ministry for adults over 50.

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CRAZY HEARTS

These are crazy times whether reading e-mails, understanding statistics

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Health care reform impacts churches as employers

As employers, churches are significantly affected by the new health care reform legislation.

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‘Face Time 2.0’

Learning within ‘community’ is just as strong as residential-based instruction.

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For the well-positioned church, now is a great time to borrow

The vast majority of banks have emerged from one of the most difficult periods in recent history somewhat battered and bruised, but fundamentally sound.

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Code restriction limits adequate lighting in broadcast setting

It was late in 2008 when Calvary Chapel of Melbourne, FL was informed of a code restriction regarding the lighting in the sanctuary of their soon to be built Viera campus.

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Meet Frank Santora

Much is made of the notion that the New England portion of the country is not

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When software can help smooth out crooked paths

In scripture, the concept of making things easier, safer and generally better is often captured with the image of making straight paths for your feet

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The ‘new old’ bring much to the church, but often aren’t noticed

Amy Hanson was 23 years old when she was offered a new job at megachurch Central Christian Church in Las Vegas — to head up the active adult (50-plus) ministries of that congregation. She served in the role for five years before moving to Nebraska to complete her doctorate in gerontology.

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Three values that build the magnetic force of a great church

There are some emerging patterns in churches with momentum, that are worth paying attention to. After more than seven years of working with church leadership teams, as well as doing focus groups with attendees, here are three values that seem to be responsible for much of the growth and magnetic force we see.

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