Imagine if it was your first day on staff and you just discovered that your church’s front door was: – hidden from view and hard to find – still decorated from last Christmas – covered in dirt and cobwebs – cluttered with ministry flyers and notices
Once you're clear on vision, it impacts every other initiative and area of ministry.
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Read a note from Will Mancini welcoming you to the Vision Room and pointing some key features designed just for you.
Investing the time and energy to build each springboard is an important part of developing a holistic succession planning strategy.
A far better focal point than church growth is church health.
Nine out of ten first time Guests visit online before visiting onsite, so your church website IS your front door.
Every leader, person, and church can live generously. It’s a spiritual formation issue far more than a financial resource issue.
In terms of strategy and mission, there are two common and related drifts that plague churches.
Effective teamwork is a multiplier that transforms individual contributions.
Succession planning is one of the biggest stewardship challenges the Church in America will face over the next 5-7 years.
Are parking lots the most important facet of our ministries? Absolutely not. Not even close. But they can be used of God toward making an eternal difference.
The 4 kinds of pastors who really press through the vision process to gain great clarity.
Many church teams cannot afford to NOT get away for a short-term, focused season of team and vision development.
Good leaders, leading good people, can remain stagnant and die on the vine all because of a poor, unbiblical, and ineffective structure.
Your mission of making disciples should drive your programs.
10 interesting financial learnings from a national survey of hundreds of churches with worship attendance of 1,000+.
If you are not adding ministry tools to the lives of your people, you are not close to maximizing a disciple-making culture.
Follow-up ministries are an incredible opportunity most churches are missing.
Calling leaders to face forward through the windshield toward the horizons of God’s preferred future, is not easy.
An outward focus can avert church conflict. When churches are living with this outward focus, they’re telling the good news of Jesus Christ.
Seven subtle but noticeable offertory trends developing in today’s worship services.
To fall in love with your community, you have to die–to yourself, to the mission and to your own preferences.