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My Mixed Feelings about Ordination
How could I know if ordination was the right step for me?
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when I went to college. Growing up in a Southern Baptist church, I never considered any ministry outside of children, youth, or missions. I was never told
Statutes of Limitation Removed • Opposition to Johnson Amendment Repeal • Misusing Church Accounts: News Roundup
This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders.
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“A Concord couple accused of using two church missions to hide hundreds of thousands of dollars in business income from the IRS pleaded guilty to federal tax crimes [on August 16]. . .
10 Ways to Help Single Women Flourish in Ministry
Whether single or married, we can all advocate for single women in ministry.
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I am fortunate to know many amazing single women in ministry. They serve in student ministry, women's ministry, missions, small groups, teaching roles, and church planting.
Bill Hybels Accusations • Church Self-Defense Law • Johnson Amendment: News Roundup
This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders.
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and foundations to do their work—and keeping the Johnson Amendment in place allows the public to continue trusting that our organizations can focus on our missions without being
The Zika Virus and International Church Trips
What churches need to know before they travel.
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As churches and church leaders prepare for international missions trips or other activities, they must anticipate in advance any safety, security, or health related concerns participants
A Pastoral Rant about Pastoral Recommendations
An open letter to every single human being who has ever asked for a pastoral recommendation (or who might ask for one in the future).
I get to healthily brag about women and men who want to faithfully serve God in a new position or grad school, a missions trip or community organization. But wow, I write a lot.
The Enneagram for Pastors
9 different ways pastors look at the world, and what it might mean for your ministry.
You are a strong leader and an independent thinker. You are good at mobilizing your people to actively participate in protests, or evangelistic missions as the case may require.
Rescuing Short Term Missions
Tony Myles shares insights on how to lead a productive mission trip.
Rescuing Short Term Missions. Tony Myles shares insights on how to lead a productive mission trip. Author and Pastor Tony Myles spoke with us about his latest book Flipping Missions.
6 Symptoms of Church Ministry Silos
And ways to help cure this type of disunity.
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5. Replicate best practices. Don't waste time and energy with every ministry department coming up with their own systems for how to do guest services, volunteering, and missions trips.
4 Ways to Overcome Biases against Missions Giving
How to encourage greater generosity in this important area of the church budget.
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4 Ways to Overcome Biases against Missions Giving. How to encourage greater generosity in this important area of the church budget. Ruth Moon. 1. Let
Raising Missions Support • Mentoring Breeds Succession • Making Vacation Time Count: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
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Raising Missions Support • Mentoring Breeds Succession • Making Vacation Time Count: Management Roundup. Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help
8 Reasons Churches Should Partner with Secular Community Groups
How can we reach our communities if they have no idea we love them? And how will they know we love them if we don’t work alongside them?
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Our church used to partner exclusively with other Christian ministries. For everything from missions to community service. Before that, we would only
Knowing What People Give
One pastor's thoughts on when to check church donor records.
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contributed to the church. If I am choosing the missions committee chairperson, I investigate how he or she donates to missions. I cannot expect people
Can We Really Be Like Christ?
Rethinking the incarnational ministry model
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In recent years, an attempt to connect the Christ hymn with the modern church's responsibility toward missions has given rise to a movement known as “incarnational ministry.” As with
5 Big Ideas for Generous Churches
Want your people to give with joy? Here’s what it’s going to take.
It's also not just another “missions and outreach” program to have more money to give away. Both will happen, but neither should be your church's reason for emphasizing generosity.
An Unlikely Convert to Short-Term Missions
And other items from around the web.
An Unlikely Convert to Short-Term Missions. And other items from around the web. Paul Wilkinson. 0; tweet; link. share; share. expand: email; print. We recommend
4 Ways Your Church Can Help People Simplify Christmas
If we want people to slow down, simplify and learn the joy of giving, our church needs to be a place they can do that.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
The money is held in their church accounts until it's needed to help them pay for a church retreat, camp, youth convention, missions trip, etc. 2. Teach The Kids To Give.
Dual Control in Churches • Retaining Strong Leaders • Culture Beats Strategy: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
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Dual control may also be practiced when currency is used for operating purposes (eg, on an international missions trip, when carrying out disaster relief, or in similar circumstances
Create Your Church’s Vision Statement
It starts with a dream
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This is achieved through their mission statement. All ministries should possess two missions: Internal mission: Connection must be at the center of every group's purpose.
Faith and Law Are Key Reasons for Vaccinations
Why ministry is helped when church leaders consider creating vaccination policies.
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We don't think so. In the latest issue of Christianity Today, Dr. Matthew Loftus, who was himself almost killed from the side effects of a vaccination taken for a medical missions trip, writes,.
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