Most pastors dont go into ministry because they love risk management and balancing budgets and writing human resource policies. And yet each of these things, plus more, is part of a pastors day-to-day life while leading a church. Neglecting these routine tasks can lead a church into troubled waters, but dealing with them head-on frees up a pastors time and energy do what he/she really enjoys: spiritual shepherding.Creating and Managing BudgetsSafety and Risk ManagementDay-to-Day Operations
Taking Care of Business helps pastors plan for, implement and delegate the administrative responsibilities of running a church, including:
After surveying hundreds of pastors, asking them what they wish theyd learned in seminary but didnt, "practical stuff" was the overwhelming answer.
Practical Stuff for Pastors is a series of how-to guides dedicated to topics like how to manage a team, keep a building running, defuse conflicts, and more.
Full of tips, recommendations, and strategies to equip pastors for running a church on the days between Sundays, these handbooks are valuable tools pastors will reference again and again.