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Helping Boards Set Pastoral Compensation
Helping Boards Set Pastoral Compensation
What church leaders should know about paying pastors.

When Steve Hoden first became pastor of Salem Covenant Church in Oakland, Nebraska, he had one request for the church board: take care of his family.

The church board knew the cost to live in the rural community. So Hoden trusted the board members to do the right thing when it came to setting his compensation. The church, he said, always did.

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