These are bimonthly emails sent to those who have asked to come on to the mailing list. They announce the arrival of new items in the main Resources pages of this website where there are now over 180 different Articles or sets of Training Notes, all available without charge.
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The issue provides an outline of two new sets of Training Notes to be uploaded to the Resources section of the website. TN65: Sharp interview questions supplements Article A17 on selection processes for church or mission agency staff. TN66: A daily office for church staff considers the issue of a church's staff all working from one base.
This e-letter announces the latest Article to be uploaded to the site, A28 Rooms to let. This is designed for churches wanting to hire out their premises or review their current arrangements. There is also a note on the site's thematic index pages with examples from the Planning page.
This gives details of a new set of Training Notes just added to the site. TN64, Help! I'm a consultant, is designed for mission accompaniers and other church consultants but the points apply more widely than this. There are also details of other resources relevant at Christmas.
This gives details of two new sets of Training Notes uploaded to the site in October: TN62, Know what distracts you, and TN63, How not to write a newsletter. There is also information for Church Administrators.
This gives details of Article A27, Reliability in ministry, uploaded to the site in August. There are also details of latest improvements to the whole website.
This give details of the latest Training Notes to be uploaded: Administrator types (TN60) and Mapping out a meeting (TN61). There is also information about website registration, Twitter and Church Administrators.
This give details of the latest Training Notes to be uploaded: Beware committees (TN58) and Don't you dare change anything! (TN59). There is also information about website registration and Twitter.
This gives details of Article A26, The office of Lay Minister, and then lists resources available on the website on matters relating to church meetings. There are short items on registration and on the Twitter feed.