No, A Church’s Budget Is Not Always A Reflection Of Their Priorities

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One of the airtight principles of church leadership is that you can tell what a church’s priorities are by looking at where they allocate their funds.

That is true in some churches, but not in all. Maybe not in most.

Here’s why.

The vast majority of churches are small, and small church budgets are far more often dictated by what we don’t have than by what we want to do.

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