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NEGOTIATING A FAIR SALARYSubscriber Access Only
Arriving at an equitable pay package needn't raise hackles or fears.
THE NEW TAX LAW: GOOD NEWS, BAD NEWS FOR CLERGYSubscriber Access Only
OVERRIDING THE POCKETBOOK VETOSubscriber Access Only
HANDLING HOLY WARSSubscriber Access Only
A veteran mediator shows how even within a church, swords can be turned into plowshares.
To Intervene or Not to Intervene
At times you feel obligated to enter a problem situation—without an invitation. How do you proceed prudently?
How to Win at Parish Poker
Pastoral credibility can be parlayed into great gains ... or squandered.
Budget Cuts and Self-DenialSubscriber Access Only
A Call to Rescue the YuppiesSubscriber Access Only
The church must awaken to the cold-hearted values of today's young urban professiona ls.
Evaluating EllulSubscriber Access Only
Four respond-pro and con-to Ellul's understanding of Mammon.
Money & PowerSubscriber Access Only
In his book, Money & Power, Jacques Ellul cuts through the success syndromes of church and state.
Telling Tales to Tell the TruthSubscriber Access Only
Must Men Be Friendless?Subscriber Access Only
Who are your three closest brothers?… If you have trouble thinking of names, keep reading.
Even Pastors Need FriendsSubscriber Access Only
Despite the dangers, one pastor has found that a few close friends are good for him… and the congregation.
How to Gauge the Closeness of a GroupSubscriber Access Only
Analyzing conversation patterns can show how much a group trusts one another -- or how far they need to go toward true fellowship.
Putting Pain to WorkSubscriber Access Only
Healthy bodies know how to make use of pain. A healthy church does too.
The Changing Focus of Church FinancesSubscriber Access Only
In our interview with the late Lyle Schaller, he identified ways churches can make wiser financial decisions.
Clergy Compensation: A Survey of Leadership ReadersSubscriber Access Only
In what ways do pators and lay persons agree or disagree about pastors' compensation, their ability to cope financially, and their financial condition?

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The Long Obedience of Racial Justice
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