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Chances are, you did not launch your ministry because of your desire to administer the details. Do you feel a little overwhelmed on admin, when communicating vision and mission is your heartbeat? The following resource articles are designed to help alleviate some of the cognitive burden, and give you a hand up in getting your arms around the administrative needs of your organization. You are not alone. We are here to help.

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Why a consultant can help move your ministry forward

Have you ever felt like the vision and mission you feel called…

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Common Internal Controls All Nonprofits Should Have in Place

Nobody likes to talk about internal controls, and that is understandable considering…

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3 Kinds of Executive Pastors

  (This article originally posted on xpastor.org on Feb. 18, 2013. It…

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Who Needs An Executive Pastor Anyway?

  The following article was originally published on www.danreiland.com. We have reposted…

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What Is The Deason Rule?

“This article was written by our friends at Aplos, who just released…

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10 Giving Facts You Need To Know About Giving

Our friends and ministry partner, Tithe.ly, has put together the  based on churches using Tithe.ly for mobile, text, and online digital giving.  Below is a repost of a blog entry originally posted on their site on April 2, 2017. In just about any field, there’s always the “standard” advice that seems to get repeated all over the web without any real proof. And then there’s the truth. Researched and proven findings that, although sometimes unconventional, can hold the keys to better results. It’s with that in mind that we share real church giving research based on…

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The Case for a 48-week Church Budget

At first glance, if you are like most of humanity, you will…

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Nonprofit Turbulence Ahead? Here are some Questions Worth Asking

The following is taken from an original post from Nonprofit Quarterly titled,…

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Shining Up Your Grant Proposal

This is a re-post of a short article on The Nonprofit Times website. To view the original post click here. by The NonProfit Times – August 29, 2016  Applying for a grant is like selling a car. You want to be sure everything is in ideal condition to earn top dollar in a competitive market. Grants are a great way to fund your organization’s mission, but making your proposal stand out from the crowd might appear to be an impossible feat. During the recent Bridge to Integrated Marketing conference in National Harbor, Md., Diane Berry Love,…

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Four Things I Wish Every Nonprofit Board Knew

Reposted by permission Earlier this week I sat in London over dinner…

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Guidestar Has Updated Your Profile!

If you are a nonprofit you should seriously consider checking out how your organization is represented on Guidestar.  They have recently updated their profile pages.  For those that are not familiar this information is pulled form the IRS and whether or not you subscribed, your data is there for the public.  So, at the very least, you should look at you profile and register for free to be able to update the information. For a good overview of the changes click on this article posted by Nonprofit Quarterly.  

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Ambushed in the Church Parking Lot

  This article was originally posted at ChurchExecutive.com in October, 2014. It has been reposted by permission.   Examining mandatory reporting of “reportable” sexual offenses involving minors It’s Sunday morning, and a senior pastor is walking across the church parking lot. He’s still processing the sermon he just delivered. Trying to focus on a thousand other details, he notices a 30-something male — a church member — approaching. “Pastor, I need to tell someone,” the man says. “I viewed child pornography online multiple times in the past month, and I feel terrible about it.” Before the pastor…

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