Administration

Deborah Ike · March 27, 2018
Running a church financially requires savvy—developing a higher level-of-understanding in these areas will help you lead, better.

Deborah Ike · March 27, 2018
The role and duties of today's church administrator are vast and challenging. Their substantial - yet often unrecognized contribution - provides the very foundation to unleash ministry.

Deborah Ike · March 06, 2018
Whether you already have a ChMS and are considering making a switch or you’re starting from scratch, selecting a ChMS isn’t a small decision.

Alison S. Istnick · February 22, 2018
GuideOne Insurance announced the first commercial deployment of Roost Smart Water Leak and Freeze Detectors by a property insurance carrier.

Deborah Ike · November 16, 2017
Want to develop team members who aren't simply performing tasks, but who are evaluating what's going on and offering new ideas and solutions to current issues?

Deborah Ike · April 10, 2017
Facility construction isn’t an inexpensive endeavor. Here are strategies to prepare a church to embark on the journey.

Deborah Ike · December 15, 2016
Once the Christmas services are over and the decorations are put back into storage, it’s time to prepare for a new year.

By John McNutt · August 02, 2016
The tragic shooting, several years ago, at Sandy Hook prompted the federal government to release three safety guidebooks for K-12 schools, college campuses and houses of worship. Churches can benefit from reviewing these protocols for your church.

M Wagner · June 03, 2016
This workshop will cover physical accessibility as well as accessibility awareness and attitude. This is an overview of the ways in which your congregation can become more disability-friendly to a wide range of disabilities (mobility, sensory, intellectual and neurological).

Deborah Ike · March 31, 2016
As churches conduct more banking transactions online, more than ever we need to be aware of the potential vulnerability of our church’s financial data and accounts.