The end of 2023 is near, meaning it’s the perfect time to look back and reflect upon the best of the Church Law podcast this year.
In this episode, Erika shares the five episodes that stood out the most to her in 2023, ranging from leadership culture to mergers, succession planning to legal audits, and more. The topics, the insights, and the guests all captivated Erika—find out why they did, and why you’ll want to revisit these episodes (or check them out in case you missed them the first time around!).
Episode 27: Building a Healthy Leadership Culture in Your Church, with guest Dr. Nicholas Pearce
Episode 28: Addiction, Shame, and a Church Merger
Episode 33: Pastoral Succession for the Long-Term Good of the Church, with guest Travell Travis
Download your FREE copy of The Church Attorney Legal Audit® System document checklist here, and check out Episode 29 (“Using a Legal Audit to Position Your Church for the Long Haul”) to learn about the importance of a legal audit for your church.
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Erika E. Cole, Esq., known as The Church Attorney®, is the creator of The Church Attorney Legal Audit® System, a proprietary legal audit process that helps church leaders be confident they are operating with integrity, and avoiding costly risks. She serves as a senior editorial advisor for Christianity Today’s ChurchLawAndTax.com.
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