CCNL Stewardship

Content Contributor: CLA Advisory Council: Billy Burnett, Vonna Laue, Stephen Oakley, Bob Lipps, Chad Carter, Bethany Palmer

Facilitator: Dr. Maggie Bailey, President, Pacific Educational Resources

Category: CCNL

Last Day to Register: September 25, 2017

Module Start Date: October 2, 2017

Learning Objectives

  • Learn the fundamentals of internal controls, policies and procedures that help a leader of a ministry to better steward its finances.
  • Comprehend the budget and financial reporting process and how it is an integral part of financial stewardship.
  • Review the significance of liability, employment laws and tax compliance in an organization and why the right counsel can be the difference maker.
  • Understand why the stewardship of talent acquisition; employee performance management, team development, and leadership alignment are foundational for a Christ-centered organization.
  • Develop a working knowledge of human resource administration, compensation, benefits, legal compliance, and the value of strong employee communications, engagement and satisfaction.

Module Overview

The module is designed to provide the leader of a nonprofit organization an executive-level view of what is required for the God-honoring stewardship of finance, tax, legal and people management and care. The attention to these foundational aspects of leading a ministry well is essential to establishing excellence and transparency. This module is required for all those participating in the CCNL program and is highly recommended for all executive directors, CEOs, COOs, CFOs and Human Resource Executives. (Two sessions in Financial Management; one session in Tax & Legal; two sessions in People Management & Care)

Requirements for Receiving Credit

Credit for the module will be determined on the following criteria:

  1. Successful completion and submission of five Reflection assignments demonstrating that the participant has read required resources and reviewed the presenetation content.
  2. Engage in all the topic forum discussions for all five sessions.

Required Textbooks

All required resources will be available for download from within the module, once it begins.

Facilitator Bio

Dr. Maggie Bailey, President, Pacific Educational Resources

Dr. Maggie Bailey, President, Pacific Educational Resources

Dr. Maggie Bailey serves as the President, Pacific Educational Resources which is committed to supporting Christian education institutions by providing support services dedicated to the integration of faith and equipping post-traditional learners in reaching their educational aspirations. Previously, Dr. Bailey served as the Provost and Chief Academic Officer, St. Katherine College in San Marcos, California. She also worked twenty years at Point Loma Nazarene University (PLNU) where she retired in August 2015, as the Vice Provost. Before PLNU she taught finance, strategy, economics, and international business at the University of Southern California, Loyola Marymount University, and the University of Redlands. She earned her doctorate in business strategy at the University of Southern California and master’s degree in business finance and economics at the University of California, Berkeley. Before her academic career, she was a financial analyst for the Southern California Edison Corporation. Prior to Edison she served 11 years as an officer in the United States Navy. During her Navy service she was assigned to the Commander-in-Chief of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, followed by a tour of duty in the Pentagon on the personal staff of the Chief of Naval Operations, and then attached to the U.S. Senate. During Gulf War I she was recalled to active duty as a Commander and deployed with the Military Sealift Command in Yokohama, Japan. Dr. Bailey has served on several non-profit boards. She lives in Temecula, California with her husband David who is a retired US Marine and Riverside Deputy Sheriff.