Church Executive, March 2011, Volume 10, Issue 3


The CE Interview: Rick Lemons

By Ronald E. Keener
Rick Lemons’ interest in NASCAR came out of the number of people at his church, Fellowship Bible Church of Forney, TX, who love the sport. NASCAR became the basis of a series of messages to his congregation, and that series became a book.

Churches need to be aware of “wolves” in their midst
By Pat Huddleston
Saddleback Church and Crossroads Church both had members fall prey to scammers.

Unholy church leaders launch hellish insurance cons
By James Quiggle
Preachers rarely defraud  their insurers and worshipers, but embezzlement happens nearly weekly and many cases go unreported.

The commitment to a higher call requires the highest standards
By Ron Newhouse
The NACBA’s CCA designation helps professionals expand their education and remain on the forefront of church administration.

Sabbatical helps getting from one’s element to one’s essence
By Phil Thorne
Pastoring can take a lot out of a person, and there’s a time to renew personal relationships and spiritual strength.

Monday mornings are no longer tedious over data collection
By Chris Byers
A new generation of software makes collecting and using data so much easier.

Excerpt: Uncomfortable decline among churches
By Keith Meyer

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