A long-time executive recruiter is seeing retirements of the old guard of leaders.
Many executives leading Christian ministries across the country are over the age of 60, but the movement toward younger leaders may be growing.
And other questions related to our annual executive compensation lists
How much should ministry leaders get paid? My answer is: “I don’t know.” However, I do know that donors have a right to know this information.
Inspiration Ministries, YMCA of the USA, EMF (K-Love), American Center for Law & Justice have greatest number of execs on list
Below is a list of 100 highly paid Christian ministry executives. The information was derived from the latest available Form 990 prepared by the ministry itself.
The agreements remain controversial, and movements to end their use are growing.
The use of NDAs has become more controversial in recent years, especially in light of the #metoo and #churchtoo movements that brought to light sexual abuse and the use of NDAs to silence victims.
This marks one year since MinistryWatch began our quarterly survey of the leaders of the largest Christian ministries in the country. The results are summarized below.
Each quarter, MinistryWatch conducts a survey of the leaders of the largest 1,000 Christian ministries in the country.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court will begin deliberating later this year on the question of what qualifies as sufficiently “religious” for a charity to enjoy the legal protections that come with that designation.
Liberty HealthShare is what’s known as a health care sharing ministry, a nonprofit alternative to medical insurance rooted in Christian principles. But some members allege that their bills went unpaid by Liberty while the founding ...
MinistryWatch 1000 Database Changes. MinistryWatch now has more than 1,000 ministries in its database. These ministries represent more than $38-billion in total revenue, most of that donor revenue from evangelicals. The following ministries have their ...
Dr. Michael Kruger is not, at first glance, an obvious choice to write about spiritual abuse, which has become one of the hot-button issues of the evangelical church.
Obviously a pastor, ministry or nonprofit leader is primarily there because of the mission, but when is that an excuse not to pay them what they’re worth?