In any aspect of life, supervision is a way to improve one’s ability and knowledge in order to understand the future. The successful management of wealth and personality is proportional to the future’s sustenance. In recent years, the Church’s growth has slowed. From a business standpoint, one might question how the Church has been run over the years. Is the Church concerned about management? As a corporate function, management offers leadership support for an organization’s resources in order to achieve strategic goals and objectives. While churches are not strictly business entities with clear management practises and standards, such as filing returns and paying taxes, they do participate in activities that require proper preparation and execution if they are to be effective and have an impact on the Church’s growth and development. As a result, churches need an effective governance structure that ensures the efficient and effective use of resources and management practises in their growth and development. As a result, the aim of this paper was to provide an overview of good governance, effective management methods, and church structure in order to help churches grow and develop. The study’s key components were content analysis of literature in the areas of good management practises, corporate governance, and organisational structure, as well as their effects on Church growth and development. The research systematically addressed numerous study questions, resulting in the establishment of good governance, efficient management, and Church Structure on the growth and development of churches. As a result, the study uncovered the impact of good governance, church management, and structure on church growth and development. It also made a recommendation for church leaders on the elements of good governance, management, and the structure of their church that must be included in their decision-making.
Author (s) Details
Ransford Kwabena Awuku-Gyampoh
Practical Theology, South African Theological Seminary, South Africa and Faculty of Management and Business, Central University of Nicaragua, Nicaragua.
Andy Ohemeng Asare
School of Management and Economics, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Chengdu, China.
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