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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 they are about as enjoyable as a root canal. However, this is one of those items that ALL nonprofits need to address. According to data from a recent AICPA Peer Review Program Study, 40 percent of all major issues that arise in nonprofits …

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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 main qualities that the process must have. Here’s a hint: Benchmarks are key. The following article first appeared on ChurchProduction.com. We have reposted it in its entirety with permission. You can visit the original post here. It should probably go without saying that …

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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 its entirety with permission. You can visit the original post here. Has your church done its time with a single camera for live streaming? Do you see the advantage of having a multi-cam production workflow, but don’t think you have the budget? Maybe you’ve heard …

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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 permission. With the myriad of wireless devices in constant use, many churches provide Wi-Fi for the convenience of employees and guests. However, this complimentary benefit can come with a heavy price if security is taken for granted. Unprotected guest networks can become a …

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3 Kinds of Executive Pastors

  (This article originally posted on xpastor.org on Feb. 18, 2013. It is reposted by with permission)   Who will be your next XP? What is the rise and function of the Executive Pastor? Whether you call the position Executive Pastor or Senior Associate Pastor or Chief Cook and Bottle Washer, there are many vital roles …

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Finding Mid-Level Donors

“This article was written by our friends at Aplos, who just released an all-new Donor Management software platform for nonprofits. The link to the original article can be found here.”   Many nonprofits dream of the day they’ll land a big donation from a major donor. Unfortunately, the times a major donor comes knocking are few …

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Whatever Happened To Old Fashioned Repentance?

  “Repentance is an about face from sin and dead works to the living God.” That’s what theologians say. They also say, “It’s an entire change of mind resulting in a total change in life.” I think they are right, but I would also add: Repentance is the most positive word in the English vocabulary.  …

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Who Needs An Executive Pastor Anyway?

  The following article was originally published on www.danreiland.com. We have reposted here, with permission, in it’s entirety.   Pastors have been on the scene for a couple of thousand years. Executive Pastors, by many different definitions, have been around for about thirty years. We obviously know more about how to be the former than …

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5 Secrets Old-Pro Fundraisers Rely on to Craft Their Best Work

    This article first appeared on www.futurefundraisingnow.com. Reposted by permission   Here are some old copywriting tricks that can help you write better, stronger fundraising. These are used by fundraising writers with decades of experience under their belts. They can work for you too: Write the reply coupon (or donation page) first. Knowing exactly where …

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Principles for the Faith-Based Nonprofit Fundraiser

    In my pursuit of Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) certification, I have attended many workshops and meetings in recent years with fellow Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) members as well as with our local Center for Nonprofits here in Chattanooga. I became aware early on that there is really not much AFP material …

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What Is The Deason Rule?

“This article was written by our friends at Aplos, who just released an all-new Donor Management software platform for nonprofits. The link to the original article can be found here.” After graduating from high school and earning my certificate for adulthood, I started my first semester of college in the fall after summer vacay. I remember …

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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 …

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