Podcast Episode #375
Pastors and church staff do a lot of great things. Unfortunately, they sometimes do some stupid things too.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
- The internet has made both sermon plagiarism and detecting sermon plagiarism easier.
- Pastor, if you’re plagiarizing sermons, I guarantee you that people know it.
- Church credit cards can be very helpful. They can also be very harmful when abused.
- If you’re currently involved in one of these four danger areas, the first thing to do is to stop.
- Don’t. Do. Stupid.
The four dangers we discuss are:
- Flirting dangerously with sexual boundaries.
- Financial stupidity.
- Social media madness.
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