Most pastors don't 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 pastor's 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 pastor's time and energy do what he/she really enjoys: spiritual shepherding.
Practical Stuff for Pastors: Taking Care of Business
is a ministry leadership book that helps pastors plan for, implement, and delegate the administrative responsibilities of running a church, including:
Creating and Managing Budgets
Safety and Risk Management
After surveying hundreds of pastors and asking them what they wish they'd learned in seminary but didn't, "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. These ministry leadership books are great for equipping church leaders and preparing them for real life issues.
Full of tips, recommendations, and strategies to equip pastors for running a church on the days between Sundays, these ministry leadership books are valuable tools pastors will reference again and again.