UPDATE 1/6/17: Registration for The Unstuck Change Challenge 2017 is now closed. I’m sorry you missed it! Check out another free opportunity to kickstart your ministry year: On Jan. 23 at 1pm EST, my team and I are hosting a free webinar on Leading Change: 3 Shifts for Healthy & Growing Churches in 2017. REGISTER NOW! Space is limited.
While most pastors are preparing for Christmas Eve services, wise pastors know there’s another big day right around the corner:
January 1, 2017.
The start of a new year in which to make new changes, build new ministries, and ultimately reach new people.
I’d venture to bet there’s a list of changes you’ve wanted to make at your church for a while.
Perhaps you’ve known your worship services need to be updated. Maybe your discipleship “pathway” really feels more like a ministry maze. It could be that you’re looking to add another service — or eliminate one. To engage more leaders — or develop the ones on your team.
If you’re like most pastors, you knew these changes were needed a while back.
Maybe you’ve known this entire year but couldn’t quite get the ball rolling. Thankfully, a new year comes with a new opportunity…
2017 could be the year when everything…starting with the right thing…changes.
The difference will be in how you start.
This January, we’re inviting pastors from around the world to join us for The Unstuck Change Challenge.
It’s a 15-day journey to kickstart the ministry year you’ve been dreaming about. We’ll help you clarify what you need to change and why, get the right people around the table, and develop a real plan for communication and action. Oh, and it’s completely free.
By taking the challenge, you’ll receive daily emails full of the following:
- Inspirational videos on the 5 aspects of leading change
- Planning frameworks to help you make better and faster decisions
- Frequent reminders that it’s time to take action — because we all need an occasional kick in the pants!
“So, you’re really not going to charge me for this?”
I’ve seen new year kick-off programs cost anywhere from $30 to $300. But here’s my opinion: The real cost of change is the time you put into creating it. If you’re willing to invest your time, I don’t want anything else to get in the way.
But first, I should warn you…
This challenge is not for the complacent or comfortable. I’m not willing to sit idle while churches maintain status quo. My aim is to challenge and inspire you toward real action that makes real impact. There’s too much at stake in your community to not start the year right.
If you’re a church leader who has been thinking about making real change — the kind of change that helps more people meet Jesus — sign up below and high-five the closest person nearby. Because 2017 just became the year when everything…starting with the right thing…changes.