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Why Church Leaders Shouldn’t Avoid “Practical” Topics
Preachers may not want to talk about finances—but it’s critical that they do so.
Why Church Leaders Shouldn't Avoid “Practical” Topics. Preachers may not want to talk about finances—but it's critical that they do so. Donald Senior.
Poured Out for the Church
Releasing the desire to be right, even when you’ve been wronged
Instead, we persisted in a different―more faithful, we felt―direction for the church. The issue at hand―finances―though truly dire, was but a Trojan horse.
How to Recognize and Confront Fraud
Two telltale signs, and the best and worst ways to respond to suspected stealing.
ManagingYourChurch.com talked with Salsbery about what churches can do to better protect their finances from internal theft. What makes churches susceptible to fraud?
Make an Appointment with Your Heavenly Doctor
As we lead others, we can’t overlook our own need for God’s healing.
Relationships, finances, stress, and health are common sources of pain we find ourselves trying to handle alone, only giving them over to God when we have made such a tangled knot
The Tricky World of Copier Leases and Purchases
What a church must consider before buying or leasing.
Vonna Laue is an expert on church finances. She served 20 years with a CPA firm focused on churches and ministries and is an editorial advisor for Church Finance Today.
The Secret Struggle of Pastors and Finances
For many pastors, finances are a huge problem—but one they won’t tell you about.
The Secret Struggle of Pastors and Finances. For many pastors, finances are a huge problem—but one they won't tell you about. Emily Lund. 0; tweet. share.
How Often Should Church Leaders Meet?
Determining the best times to set meetings.
This seldom happens 12 times a year, but it needs to be a minimum of 10 or 11 times a year if we want the oversight of finances and schedules to be up-to-date.
5 Ways to Avoid Pastoral Burnout in 2018
From cleaning out your inbox, to scheduling help, to rethinking your motives, we're here to help you combat pastoral exhaustion.
It feels like a catch-22; you need to get rest, but you can't envision a plan in which you could actually get it. Finances need not be added to the impediments.
Financial Fraud in Churches: A Major Risk in 2017
Why church leaders should assess the way they collect and record money.
Used with permission. To learn more about protecting your church's finances, check out the downloadable resource Essential Guide to Internal Controls for Churches. Related Articles: