Tag: governance

Values Voting

Tom Krattenmaker writes in USA Today, November 12, 2006, Confessions of a Values Voter as a political and religious “progressive” (which means Liberal) that conservatives and/or Republicans do not have a corner on the values market. And, of course, he…

On Elections

Wouldn’t it be nice if social improvement was just a matter of electing the right people to office? It would make life much simpler. But alas, it just isn’t so. Life is much more complex than that. Have you noticed…

Purity & Peace

1 Corinthians 1:1-17 Paul called attention to the fact that he was “called by the will of God” (1:1). He was called to be an apostle, to fulfill a specific role in the Early Church. We need to take care…

Why Men Hate Going To Church

I just finished reading “Why Men Hate Going to Church.” Murrow’s book was very hopeful, until I finished it. He has put his finger on a real problem — the feminization of Christianity. But the problem is even wider, it…

Biblical Governance

for Christian Churches and Nonprofits ©2004 Phillip A. Ross John Carver has developed an excellent corporate board model that he has trademarked as Policy Governance® (www.policygovernance.com). The model is brilliant and Carver applies it to every sort of board—governmental, private,…

Christian Governance – Part 2

This is a response to Responding to Issues Raised Concerning Ownership, Biblical Governance for Christian and Nonprofits, by Richard M. Biery, M.D., with contributions from Rev. David Mustine, and Olan Hendrix, June, 2005, who responded to my article on Christian…