Religious nonprofits know what side of the law they want to be on; but getting there is the question. In this highly practical and helpful book, Bruce Hopkins and David Middlebrook help congregational leaders with every aspect of law-from general questions like “what is the difference between a nonprofit and a not-for-profit to specific questions related to hiring, tax, accounting, and administration. Written in a question and answer format, anyone interested in or concerned about legal compliance within a religious nonprofit organization will find this book a solid and essential resource written by two of the most qualified voices in the field. Hopkins is a top authority in the country on religious nonprofit law and has written more than 20 books. Middlebrook is an attorney specializing in nonprofit law and recipient of the Gold Medallion Book award in publishing excellence.