The gospel is free, it’s true, but ministry to serve God’s people requires a cash flow. God blesses us with financial resources, but how well do we steward them? Smart Church Management has five things to consider.
Sure, your church is doing OK, but in the day-to-day work to keep the wheels of ministry turning, are you stewarding well your financial resources? This article from Smart Church Management offers insight. (Photo (c) Monkey Business, via Fotolia)
Churches should be the place where we can fully trust everyone, which makes it so hard when church financial leaders are caught stealing money. Being vigilant and proactive can help. Here are 10 tips from Smart Church Management.
Many people seek employment at nonprofits not to get rich, but rather from a desire help the organization’s mission. But that doesn’t mean they should be paid poorly. Smart Church Management explores how to set competitive compensation. (Photo © ashumskiy – Fotolia.com)
Everybody agrees a finance committee is essential to a congregation, but many do not have clear guidelines, goals or job descriptions for their members. How can they know whether they’re doing a good job? Here are 11 tasks that a committee should be doing, from Smart Church Management. (Illustration: AJ Cann, Creative Commons)