The Rev. Augie Bau has served on the staff of MMBB since 1990. He has a unique combination of ministry and business experiences. Augie received a BS from UC Berkeley in 1979, an MBA from UC Berkeley in 1987, and an MDiv from PSR in 1990. The Rev. Bau is an ordained Baptist minister, and his preaching experiences have ranged from an evangelistic sermon on the corner of Powell & Market in SF to Allen Temple Baptist Church in Oakland. Augie is also a Certified Financial Planner (CFP), and he loves to help people with basic financial planning. In his free time, he plays full court basketball and raises money for a remote Naga school in northeast India.
I will discuss key issues and creative strategies for retirement planning for pastors. Both pastors and key financial leaders are welcome to attend.
I have over 28 experience in this field, and my educational background includes an MBA from UC Berkeley, an MDiv degree, the Certified Financial Planning (CFP) designation, and ordination as a Baptist minister.
I have over 27 experience in this field, and my educational background includes seminary and ordination as a minister, an MBA from UC Berkeley, and the Certified Financial Planning (CFP) designation. I will discuss excellent standards for church finances with an emphasis on charitable contributions. Pastors and key financial leaders are welcome to attend this workshop.
My background includes seminary and ordination as a minister, an MBA from UC Berkeley, and the Certified Financial Planning (CFP) designation. Based on over 26 years of experience in this field, I will discuss the basic principles of investments and financial planning for pastors. Lay leaders are welcome to learn some of the ideas which would support their pastors.
Based on over 26 years of experience in this field, I will discuss some practical tips for church finances. Topics include charitable contributions and setting a pastoral budget. This workshop is designed for treasurers, pastors and finance leaders. There will be time for questions and discussion.
Based on 25 years of experience in this field, I will present the following topics: 1. Components of a fair pastoral compensation package 2. Nuances of a minister's housing allowance 3. Key benefits (retirement, life, disability, and medical) 4. Flexible spending accounts 5. Vacations and paid time off 6. Reimbursement of job related expenses 7. Steps for agreeing on a compensation package 8. How to determine a fair and adequate wage
This workshop is designed for lay leaders as well as pastors. Free and practical resources will be given out.
Based on 25 years of experience in the field, I will cover the following topics. 1. Following best practices in clergy compensation 2. Setting up a fair and adequate pastoral budget 3. Providing comprehensive benefits for the staff 4. Navigating complex IRS regulations 5. Determining appropriate ministers' housing allowance
This workshop is designed for church treasurers, administrators, finance leaders, as well as pastors. Free and practical guides will be given.
Studies have shown that the burnout and turnover of pastors has increased. One of the factors is the financial stress on them. We will discuss how to establish a useful staff relations committee, determine fair compensation, provide adequate benefits, and meet IRS standards. This workshop is designed for both pastors and key lay leaders, and it will include several free resources for churches.
We will learn how to form a fair pastoral compensation package, analyze the key components of benefits, review the current IRS regulations for churches, and discuss the nuances of clergy taxes. This is for pastors, church treasurers, and administrators.