Newly Redesigned ChurchLawAndTax.com Offers Church Leaders Easy Access to Extensive Legal and Tax Resources
Contact: Nate Johnson, Christianity Today International, 630-260-6200, email@example.com
CAROL STREAM, Ill., May 4, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ -- Christianity Today International is pleased to announce the launch of ChurchLawAndTax.com, a completely redesigned website that helps church leaders with critical church legal and tax matters.
The new site, which features noted legal authority Richard R. Hammar and 14 other editorial advisors recognized for their qualified church law and tax knowledge, offers visitors an inviting and sophisticated experience with easy-to-navigate church training resources, including:
- A Q&A section featuring questions from church leaders answered by legal and tax experts;
- A Recent Developments section, where church leaders can stay abreast of recent court cases and legal rulings affecting churches;
- Regularly added Feature Articles on a variety of law, tax, finance, and risk management topics of interest to churches;
- A revolutionized Weekly Lesson section, which provides background and education on critical topics for church leaders, plus an interactive quiz feature aimed at improving their learning experience and testing their knowledge.
Members of the site also enjoy special features, including a Legal Library
where users can find extensive archives of the Church Law & Tax Report
, weekly newsletters, the Pastor, Church & Law
book series, and other legal resources for their churches.
In addition to individual memberships, membership discounts for parent organizations, such as denominations, dioceses, or law firms, are available. For more information, click here: www.churchlawandtax.com
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