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.
CareNet Governance Forum Promo from ECFA on Vimeo.
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.
Emotions can provide helpful guidance when making decisions for your organization.
Making a medical conversion represents a seismic shift in the ministry at large. Making a course change of this magnitude takes wisdom, planning, and preparation.
Adopting bylaws is one of the foundational steps in starting a pregnancy center. Care Net has provided this sample as a starting point for your center.
God calls us together - a group of ordinary Christians from all walks of life, communities, and professions - to lead a Pregnancy Center ministry. We as the board have a high and holy calling. But it's easy to feel ill-equipped to fulfill that calling.