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Whistleblower Policies and Church Culture
Whistleblower Policies and Church Culture
Protect financial strength and integrity by creating a culture of openness.

Paul Utnage, an executive pastor, stood at a podium in a large conference room in Dallas this past February with an expression even more serious than the indictment he'd just hurled at the crowd of nearly 200 church leaders. He had told the gathering that more than 50 in the room were currently committing a serious moral failure.

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Church Finance Today, 2016, May
Posted April 19, 2016
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