Effective communication is critical to the success to all organizations. Managing a church requires strong communication systems and processes to ensure donors, congregants, volunteers and employees receive timely, pertinent information.

Clergy Housing Allowance Going Away?

by Patricia November 26, 2013
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I don’t know if you have been following the story about the challenge to the clergy housing allowance made by Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) but this case has been going on for a few years and a federal court has ruled that the clergy housing exclusion is unconstitutional. Even though this decision will probably [...]

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3 Ways to Manage Church Conflict

by Patricia August 29, 2013
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There is a common phenomenon in the church today. People get offended, conflict arises and people leave the church. Very often there is miscommunication, or no communication, and when there is a gap in information people fill in the blanks. Oftentimes what they fill the gap with is inaccurate or untrue. I had a pastor [...]

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Church Communication Management

by Patricia February 15, 2012
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Good communication management is critical to the success of any organization but specifically to non-profits that are built on the trust and donations of their members. People involved in a ministry have a vested interest in what the organization is doing and how they are performing. Church communication management is about sharing information in a [...]

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Announcing Church Staff Resignations

by Patricia December 15, 2011
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Announcing church staff resignations can be a tricky thing depending on the circumstances that an employee leaves the organization.  Church members support church efforts through their tithes and offerings so naturally like to be aware of things and have a vested interest in the decisions that a church makes. When organizations communicate proactively, they control [...]

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