If someone has committed a public sin (eg an affair), are they eligible to be an office bearer in the future or do certain sins prohibit someone from serving in office for the rest of their lives?
Does your church council talk regularly about the spiritual health of your congregation? Here is a set of twelve devotionals that will lead your elders and deacons to focus on your church's flourishing.
I've been wanting elders and deacons to weigh in on this question: What do you wish you had known when you were first installed in office?
Here's a list of best practices describing how churches can make connections with local community mental health services.
Can anyone recommend objective materials that we can use to help present the two sides of the women in office issue?
These ten tips from Faith Formation Ministries will help your congregation create welcoming profession of faith practices and traditions for children, teens, and adults in your church.
Does anyone have a good suggestion for a simple and confidential database to track visits with members of their congregation?