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The Most Important Thing to Do When You Start with a New Team
Don’t skip this critical first step. - Article
Maybe you're leading a small group in your home or a women's Bible study at church. Maybe you're heading up a committee or organizing an event.
Church Pay • Co-Worker Conundrum • Saving Time: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week. - Article
workday. Not because they aren't intelligent, but because they were never taught organizing skills to cope with the increasing workloads and demands.
Collaborating Churches • Ministry Confidence • Costly Disorganization: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week. - Article
The organizing churches met and negotiated every requirement" ("Better Together," by Frank Sommerville, Benevolence Fund Basics). 2. Confidence for the ministry tasks at hand.
You Are Needed
The church—the entire body of Christ—needs women leaders. - Article
Every single person in your community needs you leading and organizing, teaching and preaching, serving and guiding. Read as Single Page Page:12|Next.
Financial Documentation • Under-Organization • Difficult Emails: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week. - Article
priorities. ... Organizing selectively means focusing on the structures, processes, and systems that will have the greatest impact on the church or ministry. As
5 Purchases Your Church Should Make Before Its Next Splurge
The new coffee bar can wait. These things can’t.
In addition to organizing health professionals to serve in case of crisis, holding periodic building evacuation drills, and identifying a location to evacuate to, part of the emergency plan
The Legacy of Women in the Black Church
I stand on the shoulders of the strong black women who have gone before me. - Article
Even in small local churches around the country, it is women teaching Sunday school, leading children's programs, organizing fundraisers, scrubbing down the sanctuary, ushering in
A Matter of Priority
Why you can’t be too busy for you - Article
Of course, I still have days when these lies creep into my head. But overall, I no longer feel like a bad housewife when I choose to craft instead of organizing my linen closet.
Three Ways to Simplify Advent
These proactive measures can keep you, and your team, from burning out. - Article
that I would do extraordinary things, from making sure lonely people in our congregation received a small gift every day during Advent so they would feel loved, to organizing a drama
6 Reasons Many Pastors Don’t Need An Office Any More
For most pastors, a desk in an office is one of the least creative spaces imaginable.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Joyful, frustrating, heartbreaking, boring, wonderful, life-changing hours. Hours spent studying, praying, counseling, crying, laughing, discipling, planning, organizing and so much more.
Pastor or Director: Does Title Matter?
An honest look at what our titles communicate - Article
Director, on the other hand, is an organizational word that comes from the corporate business world. It speaks of organizing, coordinating, producing, and conducting.
Signing Contracts for the Church • Churches that Say 'No' • Shake a Hand: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week. - Article
3. Build your church through the talents of its people. "Organizing around the gifts of your people will allow the church to focus on ministry, not maintenance.
How Should Churches Respond to Hurricanes?
Guidance for ministries in the wake of a devastating natural disaster. - Article
provide. Time that would have been spent unloading, processing, organizing, and repackaging goods can be directed toward more critical areas. Also
Pastoring in the Age of Celebrity
How famous Bible teachers impact local Bible study.
At smaller, rural congregations like hers, pastors “have to do everything from hospital visits to organizing music to serving on boards in the local community to making sure someone's
Why It's A Bad Idea To Run A Church Like A Business
Anyone can own and run a business. But Jesus owns the church. So he gets to say how it should be run.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Or the denominational officials. It belongs to Jesus. Certainly, a church has business aspects to it. Like paying bills, organizing events and managing resources well. So does a family.
Monday Church Management Roundup: 3/31/14
Five trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week. - Article
If you are a supervisor, for example, do not wait until the annual performance review to appreciate the great job an employee did organizing an event last summer!
"Comp Time" Conundrum • Sustainable Ministry • Better Meeting Agendas: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week. - Article
Leaders must be intentional about creating the space to wrestle with breakthrough ideas," Bonem writes. ("Organizing for Breakthrough," by Mike Bonem,
When Women’s Ministries Meet Messy Houses
A unique service idea - Article
Over the years, from time to time, friends have gathered to help one another out of difficult household-organizing situations. Yes, group home-organizing has a rich and varied history.
Archdiocese’s Abuse Compensation • Church Sponsor Sued for Scouts’ Behavior • Fewer Full-Time Pastors: News Roundup
This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders. - Article
That might mean putting a college major to use or applying skills developed in the church—such as counseling, organizing people, or raising money—to work in the outside world.
The Ever-Broadening Role of the Pastor
Over the centuries, shepherding a flock has gotten a bit more complicated.
A distinguishing characteristic of the Methodist awakening in the 1700s was organizing people into groups in order to "maintain the glow" that the Lord had ignited in their hearts.
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