How do you say, “I love you Church, but God has made me a Minister and a Mom.” ?
February is heart month. Be sure to monitor heart health, blood pressure and cholesterol levels.Churches should monitor heart health, too. Best heart intentions of churches and church members often need the help of admin review. If the heart action results in compensation to staff and you also seek deductibility, then there are tax and payroll consequences. Christmas … Read more
There are tons of great resources out there for church administration. Have you checked out ECLA “Administration Matters”? http://www.elca.org/News-and-Events/blogs/AdministrationMatters Be sure to get on the email list for http://www.churchlawandtax.com/ For continuing education opportunities, webinars and certification – Go to NACBA.net Check back each Tuesday for a few links to great resources.
Each Monday, we hope to share a tip or strategy for making the most of your Monday. These aren’t going to be cheesy productivity tips, though they might help your productivity. They are going to be things that we have used and found helpful in our own ministry. Some may be helpful, some not. We just hope that you go into Monday with the same energy and focus as you would a Sunday.
Over the past few years, Rev. Micah, in collaboration with her father, Rev. Mike Hunter, have been invited to give several education seminars on administrative issues facing ministers and churches.
We both feel very passionately that administration IS ministry. When one supports the everyday compassionate ministry of the church with administration of space, people and time, it is a WIN!
In an effort to better support those in ministry, we hope to use this blog as a resource. We will post informative links, resources, articles and some of our own thoughts.
We encourage you to follow this blog, comment on post, and share questions or concerns with us. We hope that this will be a dialogue in the area of administrative ministry.