I was recently on a cross-country flight where I sat next to a woman with not one, but two Blackberry […]
What’s one way you set out to assure that your church volunteers are connected and satisfied so they keep coming back?
Just because there’s a shared mission in a church workplace doesn’t necessarily mean people are happy with their work. It takes effort to keep church staff engaged and satisfied.
We researched some strategies for keeping your church staff happy so we could share the tips with you.
Two years ago, when I was a reporter for a daily newspaper, I was talking to a man who works as a financial adviser for a nonprofit agency. He had retired early and now worked as a volunteer, helping people get their financial house in order. He knew a lot about economics, and he cheerfully told me that the recession was over.
“But when will it feel like it’s over?” I asked.
Confidently, he told me that it would no longer feel like a recession by the end of summer 2010.
I’m still waiting.
This past Sunday I visited a church for worship. I was out of town and my children were with me, […]
While I have always known that customer satisfaction is important in any business, the longer I work in the church […]
ACS Technologies has long been a leader in church software and solutions. The marriage of ministry and technology is one […]
I am heading to our nation’s capital for this weekend’s conference of the National Association of Church Business Administrators. The […]
One of the challenges I have faced in ministry is the enduring battle with stress. Ever wonder why you see […]
I wish that babies came with a manual. Sure, there are tons of books out there. I love to read […]
There is a new trend I have noticed recently. No, it’s not the maxi dress, it’s on Facebook. The new […]
There are different stages in life. There are those officially defined by events – graduations, birthdays, weddings, etc. Then, there […]