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.
This week, we continue our conversation with Chris Davis about how churches can use technology to better support their ministry. We discuss the benefits of online giving and what to budget for technology at your church.
This week, we sat down with Zach Meerkreebs of New City Church in Lexington, Kentucky about the importance of empowering people.
Our team of church leaders sits down to discuss ideas of innovation and creativity in church leadership and some of the tools to help spur on that innovation.
Markets are complex. While they provide great value, there is good reason for caution. As Christians, I believe we have a responsibility to embrace this complexity, understanding with both our head and heart.
How do we determine when it is appropriate to rely on markets and market logic, and when it isn’t? Many areas of our life are governed by non-market norms. What are the risks, and the moral implications, of letting markets infiltrate these areas?
We've heard the phrase, "the Devil is in the details." What if God is the one in the details?
To so easily separate our business activity from our faith identity is wrong. But why? In this post, we provide three assumptions that, if true, would suggest that business activity can, and should be, intricately tied to our identity.
Can economic prosperity force me to evaluate the violence in my own heart? Does education inevitably lead to shalom? Will outside investment make me selfless?
This week, we continue our conversation with Chaplain Jon Smithley of the United States Air Force as he shares over 20+ years of leadership experience.