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Winter 1987: Finances

Volume 8
Winter

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In this Issue
FROM THE EDITOR
IT'S A 3-POCKET WORLD
Putting It on the Line
The whole counsel of God inevitably includes the Bible's money orders.
MINISTRY TO DEEP-POCKET DONORS
Big money doesn't have to mean big problems.
DANGEROUS DECISIONS
Before tackling risky business, it helps to know what you're prepared to handle.
SAVING THE SUICIDAL
THE CLEANSING POWER OF PUBLIC PRAYER
After a week in the world, worshipers may need our prayers as much as our preaching.
HOW TO GIVE GOOD ADVICE
Some people want you to listen; others genuinely want you to speak.
NEGOTIATING A FAIR SALARY
Arriving at an equitable pay package needn't raise hackles or fears.
GETTING THE PROS, NOT THE CON
A guide to getting the most for your money.
STUNNED BY AN INSIDE JOB
Many churches are vulnerable to sticky fingers near church funds.
THE PASTOR AS BOSS
Can the same person be tender shepherd and tough supervisor?
IDEAS THAT WORK
Helping the unemployed
WHAT IT TAKES TO STAY DOWNTOWN
In the changing kaleidoscope of the inner city, a church must take on new hues.
FINANCIAL FACTS OF PASTORAL LIFE
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