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Case Study Method: a management practice that has been working for me in forming parish leaders

Started this discussion. Last reply by Colleen R. Vermeulen May 10, 2016. 2 Replies

 "What is one innovative church management practice that has been working for you in your ministry that you feel would benefit others working in the Church?" A significant portion of my ministry…Continue


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What is your vocational state:
Lay Ecclesial Minister
What is the type of Catholic entity you affiliate with in this forum:
Parish, Catholic Nonprofit, Catholic School, Other
Name of your affiliated Catholic entity(e.g. St. Ann's Church, Diocese of Gary, Franciscan Friars Northeast region, etc.)
Catholic Biblical School of Michigan, Christ the King Parish, Siena Heights University Theological Studies Program, Notre Dame McGrath Institute for Church Life Theology Online
What is your title, position, or role with your affiliated Catholic entity? (e.g. parishioner, pastoral council, Parish Catechetical Leader, Bussiness Manager, Vicar General, etc.)
Director of Mission; parish council member, Alpha Core Team member adjunct faculty, instructor
What (Arch)diocese is your Catholic entity located in?
Detroit and Lansing
City of your affiliated Catholic entity:
Ann Arbor
State of your affiliated Catholic entity:
Why would you like to participate in this forum?
I teach Leadership and Management in Ministry, blog on the subject, have an educational background in ministry (M.Div.) and management (Master of Nonprofit Administration), serve as an officer in the Army Reserve, and serve in a variety of parish leadership roles (parish council, liturgy of the Word for children leader).

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Budgets and Disciples

Posted on May 10, 2016 at 8:44am 0 Comments

Giving financially as a spiritual act of discipleship is part of our growth as disciples--not an optional, extra add on for those who are "rich" or do "financial planning" to make major gifts to charities and the like. If you've decided that percentage giving (sometimes called tithing, though historically this would specifically refer to 10%) is the form of giving most…


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