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Congregational Communication Resources
Curator Matt Burke
What To Do When… A Fight Breaks Out
These two video discussions suggest how to avoid congregational conflict and what to do when conflict arises.
Confronting Gun Violence at Church
This article equips clergy and lay leaders with tips and information to prepare for the reality of gun violence in houses of worship.
Another Day's Journey: Black Churches Confronting the American Crisis
This book outlines forms of political-theological orientation in the Black church. Then the author suggests how to mobilize interfaith coalitions that promote "poverty alleviation, racial reconciliation and religious tolerance."
Taking Your Church to the Next Level: What Got You Here Won't Get You There
This guide equips congregations to move confidently through age and growth cycles, addressing leadership styles, management issues, and communication strategies that must be altered after each change.
Eight Urban Ministry Strategies
This article argues for a holistic approach and strategic planning to create effective urban ministry.
How to Prevent and Resolve Congregational Conflict
This study-discussion guide provided by The Parish Paper offers solutions to internal conflicts and includes examples of how individuals can limit divisions.
The Voice of Authority: 10 Communication Strategies Every Leader Needs to Know
A Fortune 500 consultant provides advice on how to communicate responsibly to make others respond with good work and good will.
A Bigger Table: Building Messy, Authentic, and Hopeful Spiritual Community
Through this pastor's story, learn how to confront exclusive attitudes and build inclusive congregations.
Capital Campaigns: Strategies That Work
This book provides the nuts-and-bolts of creating a capital campaign, covering everything from brainstorming ideas and timelines to execution.
Managing Projects in Ministry
This resource combines the author's leadership experience with biblical principles to provide insight on project management and how congregations can create a cooperative culture that will further the mission of the ministry.
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