Communication Archives - Church Executive


When hiring externally makes more sense

When filling a key leadership position at your church, my guess is many of you might prefer hiring an insider first.

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Can I Google applicants?

Social media has become the major form of communication for a large portion of the population. An even larger percent of people are “dabbling” in it.

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Clear and simple pathways

This isn’t just about asking for directions or how to read a map. It’s about clear and simple instructions or communication about the path itself.

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Social media commandments

Create new opportunities to expand your reach and build a community.

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Shaping culture

One of the growth lids most organizations hit is when their organizational culture is contrary to their organizational goals.

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How to work with the Second Chair (Part 1)

Perhaps no other staff relationship is more important on the church staff than the relationship between the Senior Pastor and the Second Chair, whether that second chair person carries the title, Executive Pastor, COO or something else.

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Megafinancing issues for megachurches

By John Berardino Some lenders want a say in how the church is managed and organized. Megachurches are usually defined as having 2,000 members or more, but when it comes to financing, a mega loan is defined as a loan amount of $5 million or greater regardless of church size. When it comes to financing, […]

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Outreach thru relationships

Roy Gruber serves a multisite (three campuses) congregation of 1,800 people.

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Speaking kindness

When did you last say a kind word about your pastor and church?

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Does ‘living epistles’ describe your staff? (part 1)

“You show that you are a letter from Christ, the result of our ministry, written not with ink but with the Spirit of the living God, not on tablets of stone but on tablets of human hearts” (2 Cor. 3:3).

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