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Could Part-Time U.S. Army Reserve Chaplaincy be a fit for you?

  Church Executive talks with CH (MAJ) Walter McCall — Senior Chaplain, U.S. Army Chaplain Recruiting South-Central Station — about who’s right for this role, what is means to commission as an Officer from the get-go, citizenship requirements for Reserve chaplaincy, and even the possibility of age waivers based on ministry experience. CE: Let’s start […]

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Five Unique Challenges Facing Church Administrators in 2024

Good stewardship requires constant vigilance. The most effective church administrators know how to balance the finer details while also keeping an eye on the big picture. One of the major lessons learned by church leaders over the last few years is that things can change quickly and we have to be ready to pivot and […]

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Preparing your house of worship to provide shelter in a severe weather emergency

By Eric Spacek If you’ve been concerned recently about the increasing number of severe weather events affecting the United States, you’re not alone. Many church members are expressing anxiety about the possibility of needing emergency shelter—and they sincerely hope their church will be a place they can turn to. According to Church Mutual’s new “Risk […]

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Putting the “heart” in Lionheart Children’s Academy

By RaeAnn Slaybaugh Executive Community Director Karin Laymance and Chief Spiritual Development Officer Ginny Fowler are pivotal in keeping the Lionheart Children’s Academy organization mission focused: to provide top-quality, compliant, church-based and Jesus-focused child care. KARIN LAYMANCE, EXECUTIVE COMMUNITY DIRECTOR @ LIONHEART CHILDREN’S ACADEMY  Nearly 10 years ago, Karin Laymance was working as a preschool […]

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CHURCH BUDGETING GUIDE — Free ebook & Budget Template

By Jeff Harvey, Content Strategist Every church administrator knows the importance of strategic budgeting — as well as the risks of running a ministry without one. Good budgeting can help your church fulfill its mission, while poor budgeting (or no budgeting at all) leads to confusion, canceled projects, and even church closures. Your church has […]

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It takes a village to raise a child

  For nearly a decade, Lionheart Children’s Academy has partnered with churches across the country for kids’ educational and  spiritual growth   By RaeAnn Slaybaugh According to the most recent data from the U.S. Department of Labor, child care prices across the county are untenable for families, even in lower-priced areas. But this isn’t really […]

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How bond financing built the dream

  By RaeAnn Slaybaugh Driven by Senior Pastor Tony Clark’s heart for the youngest members of the church, Virginia’s Calvary Chapel Newport News had big goals for its new children’s wing. Really big.  Fortunately, he had just the right person on staff to take the helm. With decades of high-level corporate management experience under her […]

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Together We Honor: the importance of Pastor Appreciation Month for fighting burnout

Communities rely on their church leaders year-round. It’s a responsibility willingly accepted by those who’ve been called to serve — and more often than not, those leaders are the last ones to ask for any recognition or applause for their sacrifice. But that dynamic is exactly why Pastor Appreciation Month is so important. The tradition […]

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Unique coverage for a unique ministry: Mountain Mission School

Mountain Mission School provides an education and Christ-centered home for students from all over the world. Church Mutual Insurance Company’s specialized coverage helps them do it safely, year after year. By Dawn Bernatz Nestled in the mountains of Grundy, Va., Mountain Mission School (MMS) might look like a regular K-12 campus — but inside, it’s […]

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Together We Overcome: Pushpay’s Crisis Resource Hub Provides Church Leaders With Tools And Strategies For Navigating Difficult Times

  Per their nature, crises are unforeseen, unpredictable, and unavoidable burdens. They strike at the hearts of individuals and communities, creating shockwaves that affect our lives in complex and interconnected ways. Whether it’s a fire or flood, pandemic or sudden loss, hardships are inevitable. When difficult times arrive, church leaders like you are expected to […]

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