4 Ways Pastors Can Leverage Facebook Live
4 Ways Pastors Can Leverage Facebook Live
Use this new video feature to connect more with people in your church.

Facebook Live is so simple to use, and Facebook’s algorithm pushes it right into everyone’s newsfeeds. Here are four ways leaders can leverage Facebook Live:

1. Give Behind the Scenes Sneak Peeks

People want to know what your staff meeting looks like. They want to ...

Condition Barring Sex Offender Unconstitutional • Pastor Admits ‘Misleading’ Abuse Statements: News Roundup
This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders.
Condition Barring Sex Offender Unconstitutional • Pastor Admits ‘Misleading’ Abuse Statements: News Roundup

Prohibition for Sex Offender on Church Attendance Ruled Unconstitutional. “In United States v. Hernandez (ED NY, Sept. 20, 2016), a New York federal district court held unconstitutional a condition of supervised release limiting church attendance that was imposed on defendant ...

    Survey: Raises, Other Encouraging Signs at Large US Churches
    Paychecks grew an average of 3.1 percent for church staffs.
    Survey: Raises, Other Encouraging Signs at Large US Churches

    Leadership Network has released its latest biannual large church salary and budget survey. The new data suggest encouraging signs for many of the country’s largest congregations, including an average 3.1 percent increase for the paychecks of pastors, executive pastors, ...

    Churches and Voter Guides • Developing Leaders • Don’t Point Fingers: Management Roundup
    Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
    Churches and Voter Guides • Developing Leaders • Don’t Point Fingers: Management Roundup

    1. Providing voter guides at church. “Some churches engage in voter education activities by issuing voter guides. Voter guides are generally distributed during an election campaign and provide information on how candidates stand on various issues. A church will jeopardize ...

    BREAKING—New Overtime Rule Challenged by Officials from 21 States
    Two new federal lawsuits seek to block the Department of Labor’s overtime changes.
    BREAKING—New Overtime Rule Challenged by Officials from 21 States

    In order to block the new overtime rule of the US Department of Labor (DOL), the attorney general for Nevada, Adam Laxalt, filed a lawsuit in federal court on September 20, according to the Associated Press (AP). The new overtime rule is set to take effect on December 1. Attorney ...

    Government View of Belief • Faith’s Economic Value • Trump’s Church Speech: News Roundup
    This week’s headlines that affect churches and church leaders.
    Government View of Belief • Faith’s Economic Value • Trump’s Church Speech: News Roundup

    Civil Rights Commission Releases Report Outlining View of Religious Beliefs and Civil Liberties. “ Last week (Sept. 7), the US Commission on Civil Rights released a 306-page briefing report titled Peaceful Coexistence: Reconciling Nondiscrimination Principles with Civil ...

      Disaster Ministry Expert Receives FEMA Award
      Disaster Ministry Expert Receives FEMA Award

      The disaster ministry work of Jamie Aten, the newest columnist for Church Law & Tax, has brought him to various locales: communities hit by flooding and tornadoes, schools recovering from mass shootings, religious organizations in need of training. One of his most recent ...

      Safeguard Your Building Projects

      Safeguard Your Building Projects

      When planning a building or renovation project, keep people safe, spend smart, and hire the right people.
      Creating an Emotionally Safe Ministry

      Creating an Emotionally Safe Ministry

      Protect your children from emotional abuse by educating yourself about this crucial topic.