Church Executive, September 2010, Volume 9, Issue 9

The CE Interview: Frank Santora
By Ronald E. Keener
Much is made of the notion that the New England portion of the country is not well churched, and Frank Santora, senior pastor of the 2,000-member Faith Church in New Milford, CT, is of the opinion that a little too much is made of it.

The ‘new old’ bring much to the church, but often aren’t noticed
By Ronald E. Keener
Terms like old, elderly, senior, golden-agers don’t seem to adequately describe boomers.

Code restriction limits adequate lighting in broadcast setting
By Eric Zink
Calvary Chapel of Melbourne found a LED solution for its new Viera campus.

Graduate education offers ‘face time 2.0’ through online teaching
By Jay R. Akkerman
Learning within ‘community’ is just as strong as residential-based instruction.

Three values that build the magnetic force of a great church
By Nancy Ortberg
Leaders understand inclusivity, teamwork and justice grow effective churches.

Individual gifts help mine the true story of who we really are
By Phil Hotsenpiller
A Bible study group in Hollywood leads to “crossover” events for the this church.


Tax Issues
By John Butler

Technology Update
By Geoff Johnson

Financial Solutions
By Marianne Berlan


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