The strength of our Book Reviews collection lies in the categorical breakdown that we have created for you below. We have divided the most common ministry design issues into categories so that you can more easily find the solution that you are looking for. Our eventual goal is to have an in-depth review for every book that will give you further assistance in discovering the reading pathway that can lead you to the solutions to the ministry issues you may be facing.



  • 2012 Church and Clergy Tax Guide

    by J.D., LL.M., CPA Richard R. Hammar. Publisher: Christianity Today International.

    Christian ministries resource for church law and tax reports. Annual resource.

  • Basic Budgeting for Churches: A Complete Guide

    by Jack A. Henry. Publisher: B&H Academic.

    Older but principles are there

  • The Minister’s Salary: And Other Challenges in Ministry Finance

    By Art Rainer

    Should I opt out of Social Security? How much housing allowance do I take? Do I have enough for retirement? Should I ask for a raise? Why should I even care about my financial picture? The Minister’s Salary was written to shed light on some of the issues that seem to most burden ministers. With simplicity and clarity, it provides a holistic look at key financial issues. The Minister’s Salary is an excellent, concise resource for anyone seeking answers to some of the most common financial questions asked by ministers.