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Introduction to the Church Law Podcast

Listen to gain real-life insights from a real lawyer who works every day with churches.

Introduction to the Church Law Podcast

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Pastors and church leaders in America face numerous challenges that are increasing in size, scope, and impact.

Whether we're talking issues of cultural forces and their effects on churches or need-to-know information about the everyday operation of a church, the legal issues affecting churches aren't going away. Now more than ever, church leaders need sound guidance to navigate anything from employment law to governance to risk management—and more.

Listen to the Church Law podcast to gain real-life insights from a real lawyer who works every day with churches. You'll gain an understanding of key issues, plus practical ways to lead your church and help it avoid common pitfalls—all from The Church Attorney® herself, along with occasional visits with recognized experts in church legal matters!

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Erika E. Cole, Esq., known as The Church Attorney®, is one of only a handful of attorneys in the nation who practices exclusively in the area of church law.

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  • September 20, 2021