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Taking Care of Your Staff Post-Easter

Rain Soles April 18, 2017

Holidays like Easter are often a time of high attendance and celebrating the decisions made for Christ during the services we worked so hard to implement and run. This can mean long hours and staff members missing out on time with family during the holiday. It is important as a leader of a dedicated staff to make… Continue Reading »

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8 Guidelines for Church Staff Meetings that Work

John Gilman July 19, 2016

I’ve sat through a lot of church staff meetings. I’ve sat in planning meetings, prayer meetings, brainstorming meetings, reflection meetings, and meetings about future meetings. Some have been incredibly productive, and others have been huge wastes of time. My most memorable meeting involved a 3 hour discussion where we discussed the pros and cons of… Continue Reading »

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Recharge Church Staff During the Slow Summer

John Gilman July 9, 2016

Summer slows things down in churches. Families take vacation, programs dial down, and staff members prepare for the next season of ministry. Slower summers are perfect times to invest in your church  staff. Too many pastors and ministry leaders burn out because they don’t take time to rest and refocus. I’ve seen pastors, especially missionaries,… Continue Reading »

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Six Suggestions For Preaching About Giving

Michael Jordan January 1, 2016

The Bible talks about giving quite a bit. And the Lord knew each generation would have struggle between prioritizing the riches of this world as compared to the riches of Heaven. Jesus said, “But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust corrupt, and where thieves break in and steal…….For where… Continue Reading »

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PDS Ledger/Payroll and the Affordable Care Act

Kaitlyn Grooms December 22, 2015

  Grab something to drink and take a seat, we’re going to talk about taxes. The new Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires a lot on your part, but we hope this article makes it easier on you. Tax forms 1094 and 1095 are required to comply with ACA. This article will help you understand what… Continue Reading »

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Six Ways to Keep Schools Safe

Mike Faber August 18, 2015

“School days, school days, good old Golden Rule days” Remember that ditty from years past? Perhaps you’re not of a “certain age” to recall it; as a kid I think my buddies and I amended the wording a bit to reflect our personal opinions about the end of summer vacation and a return to the… Continue Reading »

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Retaining Visitors through Vacation Bible School

Michael Jordan August 5, 2015

Vacation Bible School provides many churches with great opportunities to reach new families during the summer. Most families love finding things for their children to do in the summer and VBS seems to be one of those activities that doesn’t scare un-churched families away. So, you have a successful Vacation Bible School, but how do… Continue Reading »

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Your Latest Update on the New Tax Forms

Kaitlyn Grooms January 23, 2015

  This year, there are new tax forms required for the Affordable Care Act (ACA): Forms 1094 and 1095. We’re working hard to make sure you comply with the IRS. Contact your tax adviser to find out what you need. Here’s an update on the progress we’ve made in your ACS and PDS software… ACS… Continue Reading »

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