This week, we sat down with Rev. Peter Ferguson to talk about his non-profit organization, Day 7. Based in Nashville, Tennesee, Day 7 focuses on clergy health and well being.
Does the new Department of Labor ruling have you concerned about how it might affect you? Church Leader Collective shares some great resources to help you remain compliant.
If Plato was correct that beauty and goodness are indispensable ideals—and Christians can readily adopt this point into their understanding that we are created in God’s good and beautiful image—then this has big implications as to how humans flourish and find life satisfaction. And this includes their jobs in the workplace.
As people of faith, we can work to play a role in shaping the very markets that we participate in. If you had a clearer understanding of what occurred within the supply chain for a particular good you typically purchase, how might that change what you buy or how much you spend?
Communication is important, but what does the condition of your facilities say to people visiting your church? On today's podcast, we sit down with Fred Halfpap from First UMC in Murfreesboro, TN to talk about what our facility says about your church.
This week, we continue our conversation with Thad Austin about the importance of giving and how we can maximize giving in our churches.
This week, we continue our conversation with Zach Meerkreebs of New City Church in Lexington, Kentucky about the pros and cons of having a wide network of leadership and teams in a church and how you can best manage those teams.
This week, we sit down with Gary Hoag to talk about building faithful stewards.
It's important to take a step back and evaluate how effective your ministry is in the life of your church and community. On today's podcast, we are joined by Eric Burton-Krieger as he talks about evaluating the effectiveness of ministry.
Selecting the right leader will not only reduce the costs and risks of a new leader failing, but can help the organization become more competitive and effective. One way to think about context is person-organization fit in the form of value congruence, the alignment of an individual’s values and the values of the organization.