5 Myths About Church HR
Posted on 11.21.17 | Tiffany Henning
You heard the calling. You received the commission. Then you found the location, gathered your team and launched your worship gatherings. God is moving in amazing ways and you are on fire.
Now someone is telling you that you need to stop to set up HR stuff? Lost people are being reached, lives are being changed, and you want me to spend my limited time on… this? God will take care of it; besides…
The Two Most Common Firing Situations (And How To Handle Them)
Posted on 2.22.18 | Maggie Richter
Firing a staff member is tough. Firing a ministry staff member is even tougher. Maybe you’ve walked this person through varying stages of life, or raised him or her up to be a leader in the church from an early age. Regardless of the history, one of the hardest things a church leader will have to do is fire a staff member, especially when it’s out of the blue.
3 Church Staff Positions That Will Become More Common This Year
Posted on 1.22.18 | David Fantin
The following article was published by Vanderbloemen Search Group who staffs churches and ministries. I like these 3 positions but I almost feel there is a fourth position that is even more prevalent - a Social Media Manager...
8 Tips For Pastors Struggling With Burnout
Posted on 12.11.17 | Tim Stevens
I served at the same church for 20 years. In case you are wondering, that means I showed up for work at the same place for 7,287 days in a row. I was treated well and went on vacation every year, but there were no sabbaticals or extended leaves.
My role meant that I handled the disgruntled phone calls, read all the angry comment cards, and had the difficult conversations when it was decided someone could no longer be on staff.