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The Search Committee Handbook: The Step-by-Step Guide to Hiring Your Next Minister Paperback – June 6, 2015
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About the Author
Don Viar is the founder of Minister Match, The Church of Christ Search Firm. Minister Match provides minister search resources specifically for the churches of Christ. For smaller congregations, they offer a host of free or low-cost resources to train their search committee and run their own search. For larger congregations, Minister Match offers a “Guided Search” service where they function as an “executive search firm” and recruiter. For more information, visit their webiste at www.MinisterMatch.com. In addition to his work at Minister Match, Don is a “serial entrepreneur” having successfully launched and run 4 other companies. Along the way, Don worked for Ernst & Young LLP as an auditor and consultant before becoming the head of retail accounting for Cracker Barrel Old Country Stores. Since 2000 he as served as Managing Partner of Epic Technologies, an IT service provider for small and medium sized businesses. Don has a Masters in Business Administration and is a Certified Public Accountant (inactive) in the State of Tennessee.
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I think one of the greatest benefits we saw was that every individual, whether we kept him through some late stage of the process or whether we had to reject him early in the process, left us with an attitude of gratitude. Every single one of them complemented us in some way about how different we were than every other congregation with whom they were applying. They said, “It’s right there. We see what you’re doing, we know what to expect, and we are so grateful for your communication with us both before, during, and after the process to keep us informed.” They’re not in the dark, and they loved that about it. We left everyone with a really good taste in their mouth simply because they knew what to expect.