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5 Purchases Your Church Should Make Before Its Next Splurge
The new coffee bar can wait. These things can’t.
reduce the rollover risk, are generally more comfortable, and are less expensive than 15-passenger vans when you include lower insurance rates and higher residual values at the end
Disillusioned by the Church
When organizational culture makes you wonder if you belong
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The church's written core values clearly stated the organization expected staff to have “proven character and proven ministry.” Yet here was Peter, assembling a superior product on the
Are Your Church IT Policies Too Restrictive?
Promote collaboration across church staff with these key reminders.
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Remember the common goal. Every staff member who works at your church has these values in common: they love your church, and they love Christ.
Personal Branding, Platform, and Pride-Management
Promoting the message of Christ―rather than ourselves.
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Similarly, a personal brand is the distinctive way someone desires to be seen by others, often emphasizing their positive attributes, such as their strengths, values, skills, and abilities.
Six Tips for Taking Center Stage
Make a smooth transition from associate to lead pastor.
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They feel guilt, shame and anxiety over claiming “I'm worth this.” Successful people know what matters most to them—their priorities, values, concerns, and their mission and purpose.
Conversion Therapy Ban Upheld • Tornado Damages Church • Church Apartment Complex: News Roundup
This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders.
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Opponents fear added traffic and construction will disrupt their quiet neighborhood. They also fear their property values will decline if the project moves forward.
ACA Repeal Concerns • Church Camp Rape Lawsuit • Embezzlement and Zoning: News Roundup
This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders.
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would have revealed that 'Petty [the cook] was a convicted criminal and it was readily apparent that he was involved in a lifestyle contrary and repugnant' to the values they espoused
What Churches Can Do About the Most Common Discrimination Charge: Retaliation
How welcoming reports of wrongdoing actually helps your church.
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“The research shows that in organizations with effective, values-based ethics and compliance programs, employee reporting of wrongdoing increases by 61 percent”.
"Comp Time" Conundrum • Sustainable Ministry • Better Meeting Agendas: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
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The opportunity profile begins with the mission, vision, and core values of the church. A church needs someone who is passionate about what the church is passionate about.
Love Thy (Immigrant) Neighbor
Women leaders play a unique role in helping refugees and immigrants settle into the community.
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Whether we are Mexicans or Americans, Syrians or Egyptians, language, values, and cultural traditions connect, identify, and give us a sense of belonging.
6 Symptoms of Church Ministry Silos
And ways to help cure this type of disunity.
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1. Share the mission, vision, and values of the church. Allowing each ministry to develop its own values, vision, or mission statements fuels silo thinking. 2. Get rid of sub-ministry brands.
Collaborating Churches • Ministry Confidence • Costly Disorganization: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
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Build a team by using problems and crises to remind people of the team's purpose and values. Explain your decisions in terms of what's important for the team.
Diagnosing and Changing Church Culture
What you need to know about your past to move forward
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Founders' Values. The most important source of organizational culture is the beliefs, values, and assumptions of an organization's founders. Learned Values.
When a Member of Your Church Is Dying
Preparing yourself and your church to embrace purpose and service when death looms.
order to give wise advice, pastors need to get as close to the facts as possible and make certain those facts are being given to you by a physician with whom you share similar life values
The Root of Ministry Effectiveness
What every church leader should know about organizational culture
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She agreed wholeheartedly with the values communicated during the interview, plus the vision was inspiring. Impressive, she thought. The middle layer consists of espoused values.
How Culture Affects Our Expectations of Leaders
Gender, ethnic, and socioeconomic biases affect how we lead and follow.
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followers. It is also anchored in values of hierarchy. These questions go back to issues of culture—not at the level of behavior but at the level of values. There
What Christians in the US Can Learn from Immigrant Pastors
For those who met Christ elsewhere, Americanized Christianity can look a bit strange.
most significant distinguishing mark of US Christianity is the pervasive individualism that saturates the culture and the church, which differs from the community centered values in other
Pastors and Political Speech • Ministry Strategy • Raise Requests: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
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Those with high cultural intelligence are attuned to the values, beliefs, attitudes, and body language of people from different cultures; and they use this knowledge to interact with
How to Get People to Respect Your Leadership
Start by making a believer of yourself.
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never say these thoughts to someone you love, and they are rarely, if ever, compatible with what you know to be true about God's love for you and the way he sees and values you, his
Your Church Can Be a Refuge
4 steps to provide a calm, safe harbor of connection.
Our leadership set about defining our core values. Intentionally living out our primary values allowed us to exceed the limitations of setting and striving toward goals.
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