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Auxano Senior Lead Navigator and Director of Resourcing Greg Gibbs unpacks questions and concerns around church finances.
Auxano co-founder Jim Randall unpacks vision-driven communication and complete clarity best practices from the Better Future Web Series.
Failure to make yourself heard in a crisis is a very risky move, almost as much as failure to communicate at all. There is no one who can speak more effectively for you and your organization than you.
When your church finds itself in the midst of a crisis, the ripple effects can disrupt lives and operations for the foreseeable future if public opinion is not properly addressed and stewarded.
Auxano co-founder Will Mancini wrapped up his two-day introduction to the Better Future Web Series by talking about creating a new scoreboard.
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.
The clarity to lead toward God’s better future will not come from confidence in a tactic or plan, as those are changing hour-by-hour. Clarity will only emerge from faith in the One who placed your unique church, in your unique place, with your unique people, with your unique passion for accomplishing something that no other church can accomplish.
There is a better future to lead toward, even when it doesn’t feel like it.
As we all navigate these strange and challenging days, here are a few resources to help you lead toward God’s better future.
Welcome to a world devoid of best practices, proven strategies, and models to follow. Here’s the thing though, the opposing force of uncertainty is not certainty: it is clarity.
Every crisis is a leadership opportunity. Daniel is a great model for how to pray during a time of crisis. His prayer is a great model for believers who find themselves in a period of crisis.
It is highly probable that churches will collect significantly less money than they are used to collecting over the next 3-8 weeks.
This is a time that calls for proactivity and faith.
The practice of lifelong learning has never been more important to leaders than it is today. The necessity of expanding your knowledge through lifelong learning is critical to your success.
Succession Planning is bigger than hiring the right person, developing leaders or making sure the organization doesn’t lose momentum. It’s also a family matter.
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.
Generosity has a starting point. You don’t just wake up one day and poof, you’re generous. It begins with a decision to steward your resources with a heavenly mindset.
Sometime it seems like the more plans church leadership teams create, the less church ministry actually happens.
Pastoral succession planning isn’t the last great thing a leader does. It is the gateway to a leader’s greatest season of influence.
You don’t need a Master of Fine Arts degree and nine years of experience at a design studio to engage in designing. You just need to find a situation worth improving and then work through the creative process.
What can you do to activate the fullness of the energy that God places in you?
Learn how to transition with wisdom & power in Auxano’s Pastoral Succession Boot Camp.