Did you know that a first time guest will typically decide to come back in the first 11 minutes of visiting your church? And yet, we spend very little time thinking about how to shape those first few minutes in a powerful way, much less the rest of their time with us
Once you're clear on vision, it impacts every other initiative and area of ministry.
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The Disciple-Making Pipeline is one tool, among others, when it comes to assessing our overall health and effectiveness in the area of a disciple-making culture.
Read a note from Will Mancini welcoming you to the Vision Room and pointing some key features designed just for you.
Following Jesus means living in His wisdom every day.
How much would I have to hate someone to not share my faith?
The Great Commission may carry you to the ends of the world, but it starts on your street. If anyone should “neighbor” differently, it should be us. So let’s do it. Let us love our neighborhoods as ourselves.
Church is plural. It is not alone. Church is a gathering of the “called out ones.” Because of this a church must not make consumption the goal, but believers in community and on mission the goal.
“Simple Church” ministry demands more than picking three words to put on your marketing pieces. True simplicity requires a conviction in a calling, courage to assess, confidence in a team and competency to lead forward.
Where do you get vision that will propel your church forward?
The Guest Experience Boot Camp will introduce your team to developing powerful moments through design thinking because Designing Guest Experiences is more important than delivering guest services.
It’s time to shift your paradigm of a well-lived life from balance to rhythm. A rhythm model honors time and movement; it celebrates variety and diversity; it highlights uniqueness and recognizes common patterns.
As a leader, you should know more about the creation story of your organization than anyone on the planet. What are the circumstances—passions, problems, and people—surrounding how the organization got started to begin with?
It remains then that knowing the difference between what is urgent and what is important creates margin and produces perspective for every leader in the organization.
From a Christian perspective, leadership development is not constrained to one environment. Because the whole world is His, leadership development can happen in a plethora of places.
Pastoral succession planning isn’t the last great thing a leader does. It is the gateway to a leader’s greatest season of influence.
Your kids need financial training, and they need it from you. Learn how to nurture financial learning through daily living.
Here are five reasons, when asked what they liked best about their Guest Experience Boot Camp experience, other Guest and Church Hospitality leaders think you should attend.
5 barriers to Capital Campaigns – along with 5 ways to crack the code for a faith-soaked and discipleship-based capital campaign that has win-win benefits.
Each weekend, do you always have at least one more volunteer than you actually need?
How to maximize your budgeting process, make it fruitful, and ensure it is helpful to the team.
Where does it all stop? When will things slow down? How can we recapture time lost?