We teach board members how to:

  • Think Christianly about governance, exercising godly governance.

  • Explain what governance is and how it differs from traditional leadership.

  • Find moral courage in decision making, even in the face of opposition.

  • Deal wisely with group dynamics in ways that honor Christ.

  • Self-differentiate from other board members while still acting as one with the rest of the board.

  • Catalyze conflict resolution by working out issues both intra-personally and inter-personally.

  • Structure and lead a board meeting in conformity with the basics of Robert’s Rules of order.

  • Comprehend simple graphs that indicate the current fiscal status of the organization.

  • Follow ethical guidelines for best practices for board members regarding truth telling, decision making, fiscal duties, power dynamics, supervising the CEO, recordkeeping, conflicts of interest, organizational policies, the right kind of confidentiality, submitting to federal and state law, etc.

  • Make practical changes in their own behavior by correcting their understanding of Who God is

  • Take responsibility for their personal time and energy management.

  • Approach the future with a vision that accords with their Life Mission Statement.


Board Consulting

Boards wield power, yet very few board members have been trained to wield power effectively as servants of the Lord.  We train church elder boards and nonprofit ministry board members not only on the basics of board governance, but also on the subtleties that tend to make all the difference for the long-term health and sustenance of the Christian entity.

This package includes:

  • A Mission Statement and Vision Statement for every church elder

  • Moral Authority training for your board

  • Visionary guidance to transition your ministry into a vision-driven organization

Prices are negotiated in a pre-consultation meeting.

Organized Desk


30 min  |  Free

You get 30 minutes to explore if Right On Mission is the right company to address your organizational needs.  We listen to you first, then recommend an initial course of action.