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11 Ways to Love Your Leader
Tips for making the most of Pastor Appreciation Month.
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Some days I suspect the speed of change is surpassing the speed of sound. The explosion of change in technology, communication, and the world booms all around.
The Changing Face of the Executive Pastor Role
A longtime XP discusses what is changing for a position once limited to large churches.
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Churches now hire more part-timers as a result. Technology. I want to lean into experts and technology to be as secure as possible. Management letters.
Is the Church Fax Machine Still Needed?
How fax technology has changed, and what this means for churches.
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Is the Church Fax Machine Still Needed? How fax technology has changed, and what this means for churches. When fax technology was younger, it only transmitted over analog lines.
What Tech Should My Church Get?
A hasty technology purchase can cost you big time down the road.
A hasty technology purchase can cost you big time down the road. Even if you have the money to spend, it's vital to do your due diligence before you invest in new church technology.
Personal Branding, Platform, and Pride-Management
Promoting the message of Christ―rather than ourselves.
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and the occasional email. As I continued in my career― and technology advanced―my correspondence with students transformed. Now, there are countless
Reflections On My Last Conversation With David Mainse (1936–2017)
David Mainse was an innovator who used whatever technology would help him reach the greatest number of people for Jesus.
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David Mainse was an innovator who used whatever technology would help him reach the greatest number of people for Jesus. Innovative MinistrySeptember
Church Security Law • Sanctuary Churches Double • Ministerial Exception: News Roundup
This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders.
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Officials said someone has been using the church's telephone number and using 'spoof' technology in order to make it appear that calls are coming from the church.
A Guide to 25-Minute Meetings for Church Leaders
Planning a productive (and short) meeting in which everyone gets a voice.
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email. Of course, for some discussions, technology is not as helpful. There's discussion. John Brandon writes about technology, leadership, and business. He
5 More Reasons To Go To Church In Person: Sight, Sound, Touch, Smell, Taste
When all our senses are involved we learn more, engage more, enjoy more, contribute more and remember more.
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spiritual growth. The Limits Of Technology. In recent years, there's been a pullback in our understanding of how far technology can take us. Even proficiency
Technology Confusion
Technology Confusion. 0; tweet; link. share; share. expand: email; print. Click the image for a full-size version. Technology Confusion.
What Churches Should Learn from the Recent DDoS Attack
Technological vulnerabilities exist, but some steps can help minimize risks.
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Anyone who uses a computer, tablet, smart phone, or web-enabled technology—including many churches and church leaders—needs to understand the significance of this attack and
The Top Church Management Conferences for 2017
Training across the nation to gain knowledge in financial, legal, and risk matters.
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Presented by EH Publishing and Production media (with other sponsors), this event focuses on facilities, communications, and worship technology and best practices.
Improving Search Engine Optimization for Church Websites
And why this matters for your church.
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His passion is helping churches leverage technology to reach the mission field. This post was adapted from an article that first appeared at PastorWill.net on November 7, 2016.
Tracking Expenses • Ditching Annual Raises? • Don't "Dele-Dump": Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
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often provide the required documentation. Technology (software/applications) can also aid compliance in this area. For example, some newer applications
The Technophobe's Ministry Survival Guide
Simple ideas you can start today, regardless of church size or know-how.
Let's look at several technology-related initiatives, broken down by church size (although all of them should be considered by churches at all levels), that can help your church and its
Technology Has Changed My Role as Pastor
In 13 years, our church plant has transformed.
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Technology Has Changed My Role as Pastor. In 13 years, our church plant has transformed. Read as Single PagePage 1 of 3. 0; tweet; email; print. Technology Has Changed My Role.
Sunday Service: 2026
Imagine the worship experience of the future.
“The question for the church is going to be what level of modern technology makes people feel like this is something different from what [they] get everywhere else,” said John Dyer
Overbuying Church IT • Meeting Punctuality • Defusing Incivility: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
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three things: Buying based on possible future needs. Many churches think somewhat evangelistically when expressing their growing technology needs.
Developing People on Your Team
10 inexpensive ways to encourage staff members to grow.
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Online or teleconference. Technology allows for some great online conferences. Gather the team around a computer, and learn without leaving the office.
4 Ways Churches Can Save Money on Tech
Don't spend more than you need to.
Nick B. Nicholaou is an information technology consultant and president of Ministry Business Services. With today's technology, it doesn't have to matter.
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