What Others Have To Say About Us

Good business practices are not the primary focus of the church, but poor business practices can be the undoing of an otherwise exemplary church. In a world grown cynical about corporate and organizational business ethics, churches have an unparalleled opportunity to be beacons of honesty, transparency, and accountability in our business communities, as well as our neighborhoods. The experience and ministry heart of Church Administrative Professionals can help churches achieve this goal.

Dennis Ewens
Former Pastor

I have known both Debbie Miller and Chuck Kneyse for many years. I have worked with the churches that have employed them as business administrators. I have no qualms about recommending them to any church that needs administrative assistance. I have found them to be competent and professional. They know the right questions to ask. They also have the integrity to advise the church how to comply with the laws that govern churches, even if it is unpopular. I am confident that any church will be in good hands with these individuals.

Frank Sommerville, JD, CPA

Often the best managers seem to gravitate to for-profit organizations. Why? Is it because those organizations recognize the need and value of good management? God’s business deserves no less! But many churches don’t have the resources to have a qualified and experienced business administrator on staff. That’s where Debbie Miller and Chuck Kneyse can help. We have observed them for many years and have found them to have the experience as former business administrators and the knowledge and integrity as consultants that can bring real value to the church.

John Parrish, CPA
Partner, Keller & Owens, LLC

I’m so glad to see this type of service offered in the Kansas City area, both for churches that do not have an administrator or someone specifically designated to specifically oversee areas related to church administration but for those with administrators who have multiple projects and would benefit by Church Administrative Professionals coming alongside them. In this day, churches need to be the first to stand before the world with the utmost integrity. Church Administrative Professionals can help churches do just that. They also can help to organize systems to make the business of church much more effective, saving resources in the long run.

Cheryl Kohlsteadt
Church Administrator and Previous President of NACBA

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