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Leading a church is hard work. We get it. And the church leader is burdened with more than the organizational needs. They carry the weight of their congregation’s personal hopes, dreams, struggles, and failures – often at great sacrifice. The calling of a pastor is no small thing. Our curated resources for the local church will help bring clarity on areas of church leadership that you may simply have not had time to consider. We love the church. We believe in her calling. Stand strong.

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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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Top 3 Traits of a successful tech training program

When it comes to building an effective training process, there are three…

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A Big-Picture Look at Achieving Multi-Camera Live Streaming on a Church Budget

The following article first appeared on ChurchProduction.com. We have reposted it in…

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The Inherent Risk of Guest WiFi Access at Your Church

This article was originally posted at XPastor. It has been reposted with…

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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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Whatever Happened To Old Fashioned Repentance?

  “Repentance is an about face from sin and dead works to…

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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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Are We Producing Cymbalic Fruit?

  I have been working on a manuscript for a while now…

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They Just Don’t Get It: Why Big Church Solutions Can’t Fix Small Church Problems

As a general rule, we love the emphasis that Karl Vaters places on drawing attention to the small church. After all, the average church in the United States, is in fact a small church of a median size of 75 people. And once again his latest post is right on point. We have reposted a portion of it below but be sure to click on “Read More” at the bottom to read the full posting. How many times have I said that while shaking my head after attending a conference or reading blog posts and books…

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