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8 Reminders About Supplemental Income Projects
Take these necessary precautions.
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If you're in the ministry for money, get out. Some pastors and church staff eventually do quite well with supplemental income, but don't expect to be swimming in cash right away.
Why "Get The Right People On The Bus" Doesn't Always Work For A Small Church Staff
People are not on the bus to get you to your destination; they are the destination. People worshipping Jesus and sharing His love with others.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Christian UnityJune 08, 2018. Why "Get The Right People On The Bus" Doesn't Always Work For A Small Church Staff People are not on the bus to get
When Expenses Are Higher than Your Budget
Does your policy have the answer on what to do?
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Is it acceptable for the church's staff leadership to make the additional expenditures for the educational ministries, so long as total expenses do not exceed the total amount of expenses
How to Ensure Fair Salaries for Your Church Staff
Find out more about an exciting new compensation resource for your ministry.
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How to Ensure Fair Salaries for Your Church Staff. Find out more about an exciting new compensation resource for your ministry. Caitlin Edwards. Image: rawpixel.com / Unsplash.
Hey, Fletch: Why Does Our Church Need an Executive Pastor?
Tips for convincing leadership that the executive pastor role is a necessary one.
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an active shooter, hiring and termination, legal issues, staff culture, ministry best practices, etc. On “complexity,” check out this interview I did with Matt Branaugh of Church Law & Tax.
3 Areas to Consider in Evaluating Your Church’s Emergency Preparedness
Make sure you have plans in place for various categories of emergencies.
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What would happen to your ministry if one of your key church leaders dies? Or who would be prepared to step in if one of the pastoral staff gets into a serious car accident and becomes
Child Abuse Prevention and #MeToo: How to Protect Your Church
What to consider as you create plans and policies.
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Whatever your church staff or church members have dealt with, it's important to acknowledge what has happened and work to prevent such incidents from happening again.
Bill Hybels Resigns • Volunteers and FLSA • Church Homeless Shelter: News Roundup
This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders.
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that church volunteers who work at a for-profit restaurant operated by the church on its campus are not subject to the Fair Labor Standards Act. The volunteers supplement paid staff.
Underpaid Church Staff • Church Spokesperson Controversy • ‘Stand Your Ground’ in Church: News Roundup
This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders.
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Underpaid Church StaffChurch Spokesperson Controversy • 'Stand Your Ground' in Church: News Roundup. This week's headlines that affect churches and church leaders.
Hey, Fletch: How Can We Have Healthy, Honest Meetings?
Understand what a ‘four-wall discussion’ means.
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A profane equivalent is “what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.”. Here is what you do with a church team: Lay out the ground rules that every comment is fair game in the discussion.
Churches Can No Longer Itemize Deductions for Business Expenses
What you should know in light of recent tax reform.
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Even so, it's a financial manager's job to hold a pastor and all church staff accountable for the use of the church's funds—and an accountable reimbursement plan would help a church
Should a Church Own or Rent Vehicles?
Two church leaders weigh in on this question.
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“A part of the conversation that we have with our staff, probably every six months, is, 'Do we really want to But one reason the church decides to avoid that route is the lack of flexibility.
How to Start the Salary Negotiation Process
Tips for approaching conversations about compensation.
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What should church staff members keep in mind when they're negotiating compensation? Check out this article, and be sure to order the 2018 Compensation Guide for Church Staff.
When Volunteers Drive for Your Church
Tips for handling this critical area of risk-management.
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Are their special vehicle licenses volunteers and staff need in order to drive the church van or bus? No, unless it's a vehicle larger than a 15-passenger van.
Lord, Deliver Us from Passive-Aggressive Conflicts
Every church has elephants in the narthex. Here are four ways to root them out.
Patrick, the administrative assistant, has been on staff for 10 years, but he is highly critical of others, especially the new staff members who don't have the history he has with the church.
Paige Patterson’s Removal • Church Zoning Dispute • Affordable Housing Project: News Roundup
This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders.
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documents, it states that county staff observed violations of the use of the property from September 2017 to March 2018” (“'We're going to continue to push forward': Church files lawsuit
Thom Rainer Made ‘Peanuts’ as a Pastor 30 Years Ago. Today, Many in Ministry Make Even Less.
What one leader’s story can tell us about compensation culture in the church.
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Far from trying to take advantage of church workers, most leaders are focused on non-staff ministry—its priority in the budget, its effects on others, and its ultimate growth.
What’s the Status of the Clergy Housing Allowance?
Updates on court timelines, the appeal, and more.
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Association of Evangelicals, and others—incorporates material from various Church Law & Tax resources, including the 2018 Compensation Handbook for Church Staff, the 2018
Andy Savage Resigns • Church Preservation Controversy • Concealed Carry Law: News Roundup
This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders.
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'[A]fter much prayer and counsel, I now believe it's appropriate for me to resign from my staff position at Highpoint Church and step away from ministry in order to do everything I can
In Addition To "Why Is Your Church So Small?" We Need To Ask “Why Do We Want It To Be Big?”
As hard as we work to grow bigger, how many of us stop to ask the essential question “what are the advantages of bigness?”
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Certainly, there are some aspects of a big church that are appealing. Being able to pay a full-time pastor and staff, own a building, offer age- and situation-appropriate classes and more.
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