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11 Ways to Love Your Leader
Tips for making the most of Pastor Appreciation Month. - Article
0; tweet; email; print. Some days I suspect the speed of change is surpassing the speed of sound. The explosion of change in technology, communication, and the world booms all around
Birth Control Coverage • Sanctuary Church • Water Pressure Lawsuit: News Roundup
This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders. - Article
its neighbors. 'It's scary, and it's frustrating,' explained Rick Musacchio, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Nashville's Director of Communication. The church
4 Steps To Help Pastors Preach To Newbies And Mature Christians Every Week
Speaking deep truths in simple language isn’t easy. But when we do, something very special can happen.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Study it and stick with it through the entire message. Sure, we need to use personal stories, current events and common experiences in our communication.
Most Churches Aren't Prepared to Search for a New Pastor. Is Yours?
Pastoral succession expert William Vanderbloemen shares his tips for a smooth leadership transition.
Too often, pastor search committees fail to establish a communication plan at the beginning of the search. A communication plan minimizes the risk of this tension.
7 Keys to a Smooth Church Transition
How to make major changes without alienating your congregation.
can also engage your congregation through intentional surveys, geared towards providing your church leadership with information required for communication, resistance management
Why You Should Remove Certain Reports from Your Meeting Agenda
And how to find which ones don't need to be presented. - Article
And how to find which ones don't need to be presented.
Eliminate Christian Jargon from Your Church
Let’s throw out the insider language.
The hazards of church jargon. God's grace is available to any and all who desire it. According to Jesus, the kingdom is like a banquet catered to outsiders who don't think they belong.
6 Dos and Don’ts for Welcoming Church Guests
Visitor connection should be organic, not contrived.
2. Don't ask guests to draw attention to themselves. Asking guests to remain seated while everyone else stands provides a strange point of view for those seated—to put it mildly.
How Churches Can Partner with Outside Counselors
It’s about supplementing, not replacing, pastoral care.
My relationships with churches begin in a variety of ways. Sometimes a partnership is born when one of my clients refers someone from a different church to meet with me.
3 Disaster Myths That Only Compound the Devastation
The biggest threat facing churches isn’t a disaster event—it’s how we think about disasters.
found that when time is running out, churches can still play a vital role in helping their congregations and communities prepare, like utilizing crisis communication strategies, echoing
Communicate to Both Women and Men
Should we change our delivery so we’ll be heard? - Article
In her landmark book, You Just Don't Understand, linguist and researcher Deborah Tannen, noted that women tend to use communication to connect and emphasize common ground
The 8 Best Ways to Spread Information to Your Congregation
Use these different tools—both print and online—to effectively communicate to everyone in your church. - Article
There are more options for communication today than ever before. People also have different preferred methods of communication, so reaching each person can be difficult.
How to Lead Dominating Male Leaders
Three things I’ve learned as I’ve led dominant men - Article
Studies have shown that women use an abundance of non-verbal communication such as making eye contact, gesturing, and using animated facial expressions.
Tips for Christmas Event Safety
Beautiful decorations can be hazards if you’re not careful. - Article
planning. Awareness, Training, and Communication. Ultimately, the best defense against accidents and injuries is awareness, training, and communication.
10 Communication Tools for Leaders
Good communication lets those you lead know you value them.
But only if you agree to follow the next communication tip. 7. Be concise. Do you feel comfortable with this decision? Good communication requires more than what is on this list.
Tax-Exempt Recognition • Embracing Seasoned Leaders • Flu Shots: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week. - Article
3. Can a team improve through over-communication? I'm sure that it is, but far too many of us woefully under-communicate that an increase in our communication would be welcomed.
Safer Church Workplaces • Meeting Agendas • Anything v. Everything: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week. - Article
The pastor and property committee must commit to a program of increased safety and develop enthusiasm for the effort through communication with the congregation;
16 Tips for Writing Charitable Contribution Statements
The “how” of sending contribution statements can make all the difference. - Article
The contribution statement might be one of the most underutilized communication and giving mechanisms within churches today. The primary function is communication.
A Tax Reminder for Church Bulletins
Before the end of the year, send this message to your congregation. - Article
written acknowledgment of their contributions from the church. This communication should be in writing. To illustrate, the following statement could be
Reaching a New Generation with the Bible
We can no longer depend on methods that worked 20 years ago.
Erin Lane, author of Lessons in Belonging from a Church-Going Commitment Phobe, writes of her generation: “Belonging is a lost art. It's not simply that we've chosen not to belong.
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