This week, we sat down with Phil Jamieson to talk about forgiveness.
On today's podcast, we are joined by Dr. John Coppage and Dr. David King to discuss the decline in people pledging financial support to their church.
What really is a fair wage to pay employees? Kevin Kinghorn shares some things to consider when deciding what to pay valued employees.
How do you feel about making a budget? Most people consider it not very pleasant. Melissa Spas seeks to convince us that it is a necessary good.
As pastors, we often have to wear multiple hats. On today's podcast, we are joined by Jacob Dorrell and Gabe Lawson as they talk about managing responsibilities.
What do you do when someone in your congregation needs emotional or psychological help you aren't equipped to provide? Misty Lawrence shares the importance of having a network of counselors to draw from.
When businesses obey the law and act in reasonably good faith with employees and consumers, they tend to have a variety of very positive effects on the wider community. In short, rather than being value-extracting, most businesses are value-giving.
What does Joshua have to teach the Leaders of the modern church? Jacob Armstrong shares what the biblical Jacob has to say about courage.
This week we sat down to discuss the budgeting process and the different ways various churches approach the budget.
I know the phrase “we-self” may seem odd. But there’s not a better term for the idea that Aristotle introduced many years ago. What Aristotle saw is how, within healthy and deep relationships, other people’s joys can become our own joys; and other people’s sorrows can become our own sorrows.