This is one of the posts in a Document It series. The idea of the series is to look at documenting as part of the way of working in church life. In this post we’ve established the importance. Among other reasons, we determined that documenting alleviates a single point of failure. This post addressed some myths of documenting, which often stop people from doing so. It is only logical that we look at best-documenting practices.
I’ll admit upfront: this list is not exhaustive, but I hope it’ll be helpful for you and your team. Church life needn’t suffer for no good reason. So, best practices are about standardizing how you document.