Members of the corporate board of directors, whether they be a for-profit company or a non-profit organized as a public benefit, mutual benefit, or religious entity are the “fiduciaries” responsible for steering the organization towards a sustainable future. They do this by adopting sound, ethical, and legal governance policies, ensuring that financial management practices are […]Continue Reading →
Posts Tagged policies
Government oversight agencies, foundations, donors and members are all demanding greater accountability and transparency from charities these days, including churches and religious nonprofits, in order to help ensure that the organizations they are involved with avoid conflicts of interest and better serve their respective constituents. In recent years we have seen a number of high […]Continue Reading →
Is it time for the evangelical community to reconsider their approach? Whether it be in the family, society, workplace or local church, it is an issue that is here to stay. One pastor, Ken Wilson, recently published a provocative book in which he examined his own thoughts and position on the issue and concluded that […]Continue Reading →
So You Have a Concern About Something Your Church or Favorite Ministry is Doing…Why Not Tell the IRS About It?
The IRS has always been open to fielding questions and complaints from the general public about the actions of charitable organizations. But, unless you were willing to drop by a local office or brave the automated phone system, it was a daunting process to actually file a complaint. So several years ago the IRS Exempt […]Continue Reading →