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Most pastors are visionaries. But to fully realize the vision of a church, a pastor needs more than a generic sense of the future.
Worship attendance, conversions, and baptisms are often the most scrutinized metrics in churches, but giving trends are close behind.
Even though all leaders intellectually know that things often don’t go as planned, they are typically not ready until that possibility becomes a reality.
If you are not adding ministry tools to the lives of your people, you are not close to maximizing a disciple-making culture.
5 steps to help you navigate out of a season of low momentum.
While we are incapable of creating more time, we can get more out of the limited time we have.
When believers sit together and dream about the impact they want to have in the world, I believe any dream can be ultimately defined by one of the vision templates. It’s church vision made that simple.
Generosity development in your church is really people development.
Personal generosity starts with these six steps.
Sometimes the answers on how to get momentum can prove elusive until you’ve discovered the right questions.
A church that does assimilation well will also create strong disciples.
In terms of strategy and mission, there are two common and related drifts that plague churches.
The reason why your organization exists must be absolutely clear, as everything else hinges on this purpose.
Seven subtle but noticeable offertory trends developing in today’s worship services.
Momentum is not a mystery; it contains elements such as vision and competence, but it cannot be manufactured upon demand.
An outward focus can avert church conflict. When churches are living with this outward focus, they’re telling the good news of Jesus Christ.
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.
The Horizon Storyline is a tool to develop the right amount of vision content for the right time in the future, for the entire leadership team.
Calling leaders to face forward through the windshield toward the horizons of God’s preferred future is not easy.