A pregnancy center board plays a very important role in a center from the community's "best kept secret" to the "best known partner."
Whatever the reason for a center closing, the end result is always the same - there is now an unmet need in that community - the need for Christ-centered compassionate care for those making pregnancy decisions. God often calls someone - or a group of people - in these communities to meet this need by reopening a pregnancy center.
On January 1, 2020, the new white collar salary threshold set by the Department of Labor goes into effect, which will shift more than 1 million American employees from exempt to nonexempt.
When we started the mad hunt for a venue and speaker for our 2019 banquet, we struck out, over and over and over again. In late spring, I started to throw out the idea to several folks, “What if we didn’t have a banquet this year?”
What does the gospel have to do with pregnancy center ministry? The answer is "Everything." The gospel is at the heart of everything we do as we serve in our centers.
Watch for these five types of generosity when recruiting new board members.
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As ministry leaders, we are called to come along side of those we lead and meet every individual where they are at in order to lead by example.
The work of development is far more than submitting grant applications or choosing the theme of the next banquet. Development is all about friendraising, about building relationships.
Most importantly to the role of Board Chair is to establish an unconditional line of trust with the Director.