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Many churches have a board of directors, but how many boards are functioning properly and being used to their fullest potential? Unfortunately, from what we’ve seen working with many churches, the answer is not many. Here’s why it’s so important. Usually, when a church launches, they begin by filing bylaws with the federal government. The... read more
Recently we had Peter Greer as a guest on our Fully Engaged Church podcast. Peter is an advocate for the church’s role in missions and alleviating extreme poverty. Peter says that we all want to make a difference with our lives and our ministry, but sometimes we need to think about things a little differently.... read more
With all the news in the last couple of years about huge companies and corporations being hacked, everyone is taking website security a little more seriously these days. But at MAG Bookkeeping we have always taken it seriously since all of our work is done virtually. We have a great model that we’re confident in,... read more
In the ebook he’s recently written, MAG Bookkeeping president, Randy Ongie talks about why he believes a growing church should NOT be afraid to take on debt in certain seasons of growth. If you are committed to proactively preparing for the people you’re asking God to send your way, debt might be the only way... read more
Jacey Freeland knew God had something else in store for her, so a few months ago she started exploring options. She had spent about 20 years in the private sector as a controller and two years as finance director of a homeless shelter and thrift shop. For the last 10 years Jacey was a premium... read more
If you work with MAG Bookkeeping, you get regular reports about your financials. Hopefully you’re doing this on some level if you’re not a client. (We’d love for your to become one!) But we have found that people don’t always know what to do with those reports. The pastor or executive team looks over it,... read more