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100 1  Jeavons, Thomas.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
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245 10 When the bottom line is faithfulness :|bmanagement of 
       Christian service organizations /|cThomas H. Jeavons. 
264  1 Bloomington :|bIndiana University Press,|c[1994] 
264  4 |c©1994 
300    1 online resource (xviii, 236 pages). 
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490 1  Philanthropic studies 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 225-231) and 
       index. 
505 0  Introduction: Religion, Philanthropy, and American Culture
       -- pt. I. The Context of Religious Philanthropic 
       Organizations: Historical, Societal, Theological, and 
       Organizational Elements. 1. Dimensions and Tensions of 
       Philanthropy and American Culture. 2. Philanthropy and 
       Religion in America. 3. "I Will Show You My Faith by What 
       I Do": The Mandate for Combining Witness and Service. 4. 
       Religious Organizations as Organizations: A Theoretical 
       Inquiry -- pt. II. The Management of Christian Service 
       Organizations. 5. Christian Service in Practice: A Study 
       of Seven Organizations. 6. Management of a Ministry: The 
       Function of Management in Christian Service Organizations.
       7. Sustaining a Christian Organizational Culture and the 
       Management of Human Resources. 8. Fund-Raising and 
       Resource Development: Securing Support for God's Work. 9. 
       Leading and Planning: Executives' and Board Members' 
       Roles. 10. Toward a Philosophy of Management for Christian
       Service Organizations: Some Tentative Conclusions. 
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520    Religious service organizations play a central role in 
       philanthropy in the United States. As with their secular 
       counterparts, society expects that these organizations 
       will be "values-expressive," idealistic as well as 
       pragmatic, upholding and promoting an identifiable set of 
       social and moral values as well as providing particular 
       services. For religious philanthropies, these societal 
       concerns create a distinctive set of management issues. 
520 8  This book explores those special requirements for 
       management and leadership and makes specific proposals for
       how these requirements may best be met. Although based on 
       research with Christian service organizations, the 
       recommendations are broadly applicable to all such groups.
520 8  . The book begins with an examination of the origins and 
       development of the philanthropic tradition in the United 
       States, giving special scrutiny to the role of religious 
       ideals and institutions in shaping American culture and to
       the influence of religion on philanthropic practice. It 
       then focuses on the pragmatic concerns in the management 
       of Christian service organizations. 
520 8  Jeavons explores different approaches to the maintenance 
       of organizational culture and management of human 
       resources, resource development and fund raising, and 
       executive and board roles in leadership and planning. The 
       volume concludes with a summary of research findings, a 
       proposal of critical "points of attention" for managers, 
       and suggests lessons other nonprofit organizations might 
       learn from this research. 
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655  4 Electronic books. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aJeavons, Thomas.|tWhen the bottom line 
       is faithfulness.|dBloomington : Indiana University Press, 
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830  0 Philanthropic studies.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       names/n91036469 
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970 01 |tPreface 
970 01 |tAcknowledgments 
970 11 |tIntroduction: Religion, Philanthropy, and American 
       Culture 
970 11 |lPt. I|tThe Context of Religious Philanthropic 
       Organizations: Historical, Societal, Theological, and 
       Organizational Elements|p1 
970 12 |l1|tDimensions and Tensions of Philanthropy and American 
       Culture|p3 
970 12 |l2|tPhilanthropy and Religion in America|p30 
970 12 |l3|t"I Will Show You My Faith by What I Do": The Mandate 
       for Combining Witness and Service|p47 
970 12 |l4|tReligious Organizations as Organizations: A 
       Theoretical Inquiry|p57 
970 11 |lPt. II|tThe Management of Christian Service 
       Organizations|p87 
970 12 |l5|tChristian Service in Practice: A Study of Seven 
       Organizations|p89 
970 12 |l6|tManagement of a Ministry: The Function of Management 
       in Christian Service Organizations|p113 
970 12 |l7|tSustaining a Christian Organizational Culture and the
       Management of Human Resources|p135 
970 12 |l8|tFund-Raising and Resource Development: Securing 
       Support for God's Work|p157 
970 12 |l9|tLeading and Planning: Executives' and Board Members' 
       Roles|p182 
970 12 |l10|tToward a Philosophy of Management for Christian 
       Service Organizations: Some Tentative Conclusions|p208 
970 01 |tReferences|p225 
970 01 |tIndex|p232 
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