Category Archives: pastors

Would You Pay You What You Pay Your Pastor? |

                  As your church walks through the budget preparation process, a good question to ask…ask it well, prayerfully, and with faith-filled generosity. Source: Would You Pay You What You Pay Your Pastor? … Continue reading

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Protecting Your Ministry from Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity Lawsuits

With the ruling by the Supreme Court on gay marriage, we have heard a significant wake up call concerning the church’s place in our American culture. That means that we need to be prepared for issues that may come our … Continue reading

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Eight Reasons People Are Leaving Denominational Churches for Non-denominational Churches

Interesting perspective – and good points to get – read & share… Eight Reasons People Are Leaving Denominational Churches for Non-denominational Churches – ThomRainer.com.

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11 Church Hospitality Tips to Serve Guests

Thanks to Aubrey Malphurs and the Malphurs Group for this excellent post…read, share, serve your guests as you make disciples… 11 Church Hospitality Tips to Serve Guests – The Malphurs Group : The Malphurs Group.

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Five Things You’re Doing that Won’t Grow Your Church

Good post – take a look… Five Things You’re Doing that Won’t Grow Your Church.

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Ten Traits of Pastors Who Have Healthy Long-term Tenure

An excellent post by Thom Rainer on staying where God plants you to serve as long as He leaves you there…read & share, and THANK YOU to our pastors who persevere and serve the Lord, their families, their church families, … Continue reading

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12 Reasons Why Churches Don’t Address Decline

Excellent post from our friend, Dr. Chuck Lawless…read & share…and ask yourself: “What am I willing to do about it?” 12 Reasons Why Churches Don’t Address Decline.

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Just What Is Pulpit Plagiarism? by Ron Forseth

Since I had a call this week from a member in one of our churches on this topic, its interesting that this post comes up today…consider well the lessons Ron Forseth includes… Just What Is Pulpit Plagiarism? by Ron Forseth … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Develop a Great Relationship with Your Senior Pastor

Good blog post by Jim Law on Eric Geiger’s blog site – read & share… 5 Ways to Develop a Great Relationship with Your Senior Pastor – Eric Geiger.

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Shandon minister of adults called as pastor of N.C. church

We welcome Clay Smith, new pastor at First Baptist, Matthews on August 10. Shandon minister of adults called as pastor of N.C. church | Baptist Courier.

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