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MAY 6 — Safeguard the Church Treasury
MAY 10 — Hiring a Professional Fundraiser
MAY 11 — Intern or Employee?
MAY 14 — Beware of Investment Scams
MAY 17 — The State of Child Abuse
MAY 18 — Out-of-the-Box Missions Funding
MAY 19 — Church Bulletin Basics
MAY 23 — Checklist for New Board Members
MAY 25 — Screening Children’s Workers
MAY 27 — Monetary Gifts for Pastors Who Leave
MAY 31 — First Amendment Doesn’t Keep Court from Resolving Defamation Claims
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