Implementing Internal Controls
Why these procedures are vital to a church's financial system.

In this two-minute video, Vonna Laue, an Editorial Advisor for Christianity Today's Church Management Team, discusses why adequate financial internal controls are critical to the operations of the church.

The management of church money is a complex task for any church finance manager, treasurer, business administrator, bookkeeper, or pastor. The Essential Guide to Church Finances will help you strategize, organize, measure, communicate, protect and audit the financials of your ministry—available at ChurchLawAndTaxStore.com.

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