Displaying 1–20 of 999
Church Renovation Blind Spots
Why we sometimes miss obvious problems with our facilities.
Church Renovation Blind Spots. Why we sometimes miss obvious problems with our facilities. James Rodgers. 0; tweet; link. share; share. expand: email;
Hey, Fletch: How Can We Fix Our New Giver Email?
Tips for making your emails to new donors effective and accessible.
Hey, Fletch: How Can We Fix Our New Giver Email? Tips for making your emails to new donors effective and accessible. David Fletcher. Image: Rayi Christian Wicaksono / Unsplash.
5 Takeaways from the Clergy Housing Allowance Ruling
What a federal judge’s opinion does—and doesn’t—mean at this point.
Note, however, that the IRS would have the discretion to follow or not follow an eventual ruling by the appeals court nationally to promote consistency in tax administration.
Estate Gifts: Don’t Get Too Involved
Churches should never recommend a lawyer or a financial planner.
Estate Gifts: Don't Get Too Involved. Churches should never recommend a lawyer or a financial planner. Bob Smietana. Image: rawpixel / Unsplash. The
Sleep: The Neglected Gift
As a pastor, I learned I needed to embrace God's gift of sleep.
found that “50 to 70 million Americans are affected by chronic sleep disorders and intermittent sleep problems.”The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported that drowsy
Responding to Injuries at Church
What to do when employees or volunteers get hurt.
One thing churches need to be aware of is that OSHA [Occupational Safety and Health Administration] rules apply to churches with one or more employees in secular positions.
What to Know About a New Donation Scam
Why churches should be careful about refund requests.
What to Know About a New Donation Scam. Why churches should be careful about refund requests. Mike Batts and Danny Johnson. Image: rawpixel / Unsplash.
My Winding Road to the Pastorate
It was an inconvenient time to begin feeling called to co-pastor with my husband.
As various church members stepped forward to hand him symbolic items—a bowl and towel for servanthood, a Bible for the ministry of the Word, a chalice for the administration of the
Why Church Leaders Shouldn’t Avoid “Practical” Topics
Preachers may not want to talk about finances—but it’s critical that they do so.
ago has become something of a parable for me whenever I think about pastoral leadership and such practical matters as money, fund-raising, and the nuts and bolts of administration.