As 2023 comes to a close and 2024 comes into view, now is the time to look at issues your church may encounter in the year ahead.
In this episode, Erika talks with Matthew Branaugh, attorney and editor of Christianity Today’s Church Law & Tax, about their “Four for ’24.” Find out their picks and why Erika and Matthew see them as important ones to watch.
- 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.
- “Whistleblower Policies and Church Culture,” by Samuel Ogles
- “Church Loan Modifications in a Crisis,” by Vonna Laue and Michelle Sanchez
- “Cell Tower Leases: Easy Money or Never-ending Headaches,” by Heidi Hall
- “How Church-Run Coffee Shops, Bookstores, and Other Ventures Can Trigger Tax Liability,” by Church Law & Tax
- “Politics and the Church: Activism, Speech, and the Tax Code,” by Church Law & Tax
- “Take the Next Call,” a six-week online course with Erika E. Cole
Questions? Comments? We welcome them! Please contact Erika Cole at erikacole.com. Erika reads each comment and may answer your question in an upcoming episode.
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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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