Vision Recovery Process, Step 2: DEVELOP Your Strategy

Things are shifting everyday. The question everyone is asking, including your church, is when will everything get back to normal?

When will we get back to normal? No one knows. No one really even knows what the word ‘normal’ will even mean. What we do know it’s going to take longer than we anticipate calling on us to prepare for the worst and pray for the best. Church leaders will need to consider three very distinct planning cycles. The Disruption Timeline, introduced in our Better Web Series on April 14 and 16, depicts three phases of planning that results in three three unique planning rhythms.

In this week’s Better Future Web Series, join Jim Randall and Kent Vincent to consider the potential of instilling a “new normal” within your congregation. Learn about the Vision Recovery Process, Step 2: DEVELOP Your Strategy, on April 21/23 11am EDT/10 am CDT. Register for this FREE webinar here: 

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Bob Adams is Auxano's Vision Room Curator. His background includes over 23 years as an associate/executive pastor as well as 8 years as the Lead Consultant for a church design build company. He joined Auxano in 2012.

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comment_post_ID); ?> Thank you Ed for sharing your insights into the Church Growth Movement. I have my reservations with Church Growth models because it has done more damage than good in the Body of Christ. Over the years, western churches are more focused on results, formulas and processes with little or no emphasis on membership and church discipline. Pastors and vocational leaders are burnt out because they're overworked. I do believe that the Church Growth model is a catalyst to two destructive groups: The New Apostolic Reformation and the Emerging Church. Both groups overlap and have a very loose definition. They're both focus on contemporary worship, expansion of church brand (franchising), and mobilizing volunteering members as 'leaders' to grow their ministry. Little focus on biblical study, apologetics and genuine missional work with no agenda besides preaching of the gospel.
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