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Ministry Marriages
Learn to appreciate each other’s gifts for a healthy ministry and marriage. - Article
This is a lie. When we fail to recognize all the wonderful attributes, gifts, and talents that God treasures in our spouse, our marriage will take a hit. Paul
11 Ways to Love Your Leader
Tips for making the most of Pastor Appreciation Month. - Article
Bring flowers you purchase or pick. If your pastor is married, give flowers to their spouse. Find out your pastor's favorite beverage (soda, tea, etc.) and stock them up.
8 Guidelines for Ministering to Men
A nuanced alternative to the Billy Graham Rule that views men—and ourselves—first as being in the image of God. - Article
healthy marital relationship. This is where it starts and ends. The best safeguard against infidelity is focused time with your spouse. Work-life balance
Share, Listen, and Listen Some More
Every woman knows how to minimize herself, and we need to put a stop to it—here’s how. - Article
My excitement waned when acquaintance after acquaintance assumed him the staff person and me the staff spouse―simply and solely because he was a man.
How to Advocate for Singles in Your Church
Minding the margins to draw everyone in - Article
With an increasing number of singles seeking out how to “do life” without the spouse their church assumes they have or should have, it's crucial that we as leaders bring singles out of
10 Ways to Help Single Women Flourish in Ministry
Whether single or married, we can all advocate for single women in ministry. - Article
We might guess that she's desperate for a spouse, even offering to set her up with a friend. In reality, this may be more discouraging to her than anything.
What Leaders Can Learn from Violent Incidents at Churches
2016 statistics show churches should look for signs of domestic abuse. - Article
churches. When leaders see familial relationships in stress—be it an angry spouse, sibling, or child—they should take notice and act accordingly. Early
The 4 Great Challenges of Christian Counseling
Pastors must prepare to bear these burdens as they meet with parishioners.
Black says it's tempting for counselors to bear their client's burdens and to start suspecting their own spouse and children of the things they encounter in sessions.
Pastor, Be Careful the Snapshots You Bring Home from Church
When things are going badly at the church, it can be hard on the pastor. But it’s often harder on our spouse.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
When things are going badly at the church, it can be hard on the pastor. But it's often harder on our spouse. Church pastor. But it's often harder on our spouse.
Reducing Taxes Through Adjustments and Deductions
What ministers and staff members can—and can’t—do with their filings. - Article
For 2016 taxes, one may be able to adjust: IRA deduction, including a spouse's contribution; Medical savings account deduction; Health savings account deduction;
Largest US Protestant Denomination Reports Rise in Pastor Salary, Decline in Benefits
What a study from the Southern Baptist Convention shows about changes in pastors' pay. - Article
the survey found that only one in four churches provide health care for both the head pastor and his family, fewer than one in six (15%) pay for the pastor and his spouse only, and one
ACA Penalty to Go • Discrimination Law Change • Illegal Donation: News Roundup
This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders. - Article
Invoices and purchase orders obtained by The Enterprise show that the public paid for Carpenter, members of his office staff, and the spouse of a city employee to attend a gala held to
Preaching Grace Rather Than To-Do Lists
When we share five ways to be a better parent, what are we communicating about the gospel? - Article
As one middle-age dad said to me, “I come into church carrying all the burdens of the week. I have a long list of things I need to do at home, at work, as a spouse or a friend or a parent.
My Husband Isn’t Called to Ministry
My dreams of ministering together were dashed, but I got something better in return. - Article
activities. I still believed the solution to our problem lay in intentionally serving in ministry together, as I had once dreamed of doing with my future spouse.
Why Your Salary May Not Be All You Want It to Be
A church administrator’s perspective. - Article
Conversely, the church might be compensating someone less than it should if the employee is single or if the employee is married to a high-earning spouse.
The Success Affair
Why do so many adulterous relationships begin when ministry is going well?
very attractive. People want to affirm and be with someone who is successful. 7. Ministry growth can lead to an unhappy spouse at home. When the pastor
Sexual Addiction Destroyed My Pastorate
Exposing the truth was just the first step to redemption.
Disclosure needs to be done in a way to help those around you. This is a part of the process that you cannot control. A spouse's response will be different for every man.
Q&A: Are Housing Expenses Paid Directly By a Church Nontaxable? - Article
[The minister and his spouse] have not As [the minister and his spouse] had no written agreement with the church concerning this matter, they have failed to comply with the regulations.
Churches and Copyright • Defining 'Stewards' • OSHA Crackdown: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week. - Article
Making plans to play tennis with a friend or cook a meal with your spouse compels you to focus on an approach goal (doing something pleasurable) instead of an avoidance goal (not
Management Roundup: Negligent Hiring Makes Churches Vulnerable
Plus four other trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week. - Article
schedule well. Here's what he taught me: involve your [spouse] before you make a commitment that requires you to be away from home after work hours. Be
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