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Improving Organization in the Church

Four respected clergy from historically black churches in the United States offer ideas on how to improve the organizational depth and breadth of African-American congregations. Hosted on the African American Lectionary project website, the articles — about church administration, retirement planning for key personnel and creative collaboration between churches — are available from the Dialogue Corner page, which also provides links to past topics covering new pastors, associate clergy, sexuality and preaching. Explore other resources from the website, a lectionary-based resource that helps churches in the African American ecclesial tradition to creatively express the joy, freedom and challenges of being both African American and Christian.

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