Confessions of a Church Felon : Protecting Your Ministry from the Flames of Fraud
A Pastor or church leader being led away in handcuffs blazes across the screen. National and local newscasters gleefully point out the hypocrisy of yet another fallen Christian. Often a taboo subject, fraud runs rampant in the Body of Christ. This must change, and this book can and will help! Confessions of a Church Felon is a must read for every church leader. Written by the authors of Pastoral Helmsmanship; A Pastor's Guide to Church Administration, this book will help stem the tidal wave of destruction caused by fraud. Clear, concise, and practical, Confessions will guide the reader through all the steps needed to eliminate fraud. In addition, the book will show you how to walk through the difficulties of dealing with fraud if discovered. The Church must raise the standard of financial integrity, and Confessions will show you how!
- Paperback | 208 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 12.19mm | 376.48g
- 28 May 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Dr Jeffrey A Klick
Glenn A. Miller - has served the Church in multiple capacities since the mid-1980s. Glenn has been a church administrator with two ministries, a director of Financial and IT Services, a CFO of two seminaries, and currently is the president of Miller Management Systems, LLC in Kansas City, Missouri, a public accounting firm that specializes in churches and non-profits. In addition Glenn founded the Institute for Church Management. Glenn is a highly awarded senior adjunct professor for Baker University for 20 years, and has also taught at Sterling College and Avila University. Glenn is a Certified DiSC Personality Assessment Trainer, a Certified Fraud Examiner, and has completed his MBA from The University of Missouri-KC. Glenn has been married to Kim since 1981 and has four adult children: Chris, Jon, Beth, and Ben; and, Anysia, the first granddaughter! Dr. Jeffrey A. Click - has been in full time ministry for over thirty-three years. He currently serves as the senior pastor at Hope Family Fellowship in Kansas City, Kansas, a church he planted in 1993. Dr. Klick married his high school sweetheart, Leslie, in May of 1975. They have three adult children and ten grandchildren. Dr. Klick has earned a professional designation, Certified Financial Planner, a Master's degree in Pastoral Ministry from Liberty Theological Seminary, a Doctorate in Biblical Studies from Master's International School of Divinity, and a Ph.D. in Pastoral Ministry from Trinity Theological Seminary. In addition to serving as senior pastor at Hope Family Fellowship, Dr. Klick is a consultant with The Institute for Church Management and also serves on the Board of Directors for The Council for Gospel Legacy Churches. Dr. Rodney Harrison - has been in full-time and bi-vocational ministry since 1984. He currently teaches Church Administration at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, where he serves as Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness, Dean of Online Education, and Director of Doctoral Studies. Dr. Harrison holds the D.Min. in Mission Administration and MACE from Golden Gate Seminary and has done post-doctoral studies at Oxford University and post-graduate studies at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Harrison and his wife, Julie, have three grown children. In addition to his academic role, he is a frequent conference speaker on church revitalization, conflict mitigation, and issues in church health.