Handling sexual abuse claims with church leadership. #METOO
by Peyton Jones: This week Pete Mitchell and I discuss how to handle sexual abuse claims with church leadership. To get straight to listening click here and to download in iTunes click here.This is a topic that has become more relevant in the past few months, being driven mainly from the entertainment and political industries, […]
Should You Use Your Group’s Umbrella 501c3 Exemption?
by Patrick Bradley: Some church groups and denominations have set up an umbrella 501c3 exemption for their churches. There are pros and cons for your church plant if you choose this option. 501c3 is the official nonprofit, tax-exempt status of a charity that allows you to accept charitable donations, issue […]
Maximize these 3 Amazon Nonprofit Programs for Your Church
by Patrick Bradley: Amazon is generous to nonprofits. Here are some ideas to maximize 3 of their Amazon nonprofit programs for your church. Two of the three programs may require you to have your 501c3 Determination Letter back from the IRS. So if you haven’t already filed, here’s yet another […]
When Does a Management Team Win?
By Patrick Bradley: What is the end game for a church plant Management Team? When does a Management Team win? Understanding the Management Team win is important in recruiting team members and in keeping everyone shooting at the same target. You’ll have a Management Team for several years and even […]
4 Reasons You Need a Church Plant Management Team
by Patrick Bradley: A church plant Management Team plays several crucial roles in supporting the planter during the early stages of the new church. Go without a Management Team and you’ll be at risk for the following reasons. If you’re starting a legally autonomous church congregation, you should not be […]
Launch Plan Tip #288 — Select Church Name
Every legal entity must have a name. In the case of the church, the name communicates many things about who you are. The name of the church should flow directly out of your philosophy of ministry. Once you have defined the mission, vision and core values for the church, you’re […]