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The reality is that most churches have outreach in their rhetoric, but not in their reality.
If you’re trying to develop leaders for your leadership pipeline these four habits will help you stay fresh and teach with passion, which will increase your credibility.
There are three common approaches leaders take with data and only one of them is healthy and wise.
Worship attendance, conversions, and baptisms are often the most scrutinized metrics in churches, but giving trends are close behind.
Once we let go of the things that don’t matter, we are free to pursue all the things that really do matter.
If you want to see your church grow, stop trying to attract people and start trying to engage people.
The number one topic in the local church over the last 30 plus years addresses the question, “How do I grow my church?” How can we break through to reach more people for Jesus?
A church that does assimilation well will also create strong disciples.
Are you trying to comprehend why the giving levels in your church are down?
Are you ready for the future? Maybe the bigger question should be, did you see it coming?
Bring a team of up to five leaders to one of our upcoming Guest Experience Boot Camps and learn how to create an intuitive plan to get an excellent Guest response at your church.
I have grown to appreciate the power of a napkin sketch. In fact, I emphasized in my latest book: The Dream Big Workbook released in collaboration with Exponential.
While it is foolish for leaders to ignore data, it is equally unhealthy for leaders to obsess over it.
Implicit in the Great Commandment is the admonition to break out of our isolation and walk across our yard or down the hall and make a connection to our neighbors – those who live closest to us.
Are you making efforts to develop leaders but your efforts don’t seem to be showing up as new and improved skills in your leaders?
To plant disciple-making, missional-incarnational focused churches that have a mind-set of reproduction will take deep cultural change in the way we think about God’s mission and the nature of the church.
We are learning to view our home, and a farm table, as a means of advancing the gospel, with God transforming our understanding of both community and mission.
Do we really get to know people in order to place them according to their innermost passions and gifts?
Keeping teams engaged in the constant of change takes a focus on people over process, real engagement over cookie-cutter programs, consistent intentionality over passive manipulation, and healthy change over rigid planning.