January 2020

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Churches have always had the essential role to equip people to share their faith, but in today's climate, that can seem particularly challenging. On today's episode, I invited Michael Lukaszewski to discuss all things invite strategy.
Churches have always had the essential role to equip people to share their faith, but in today's climate, that can seem particularly challenging. On today's episode, I invited Michael Lukaszewski to discuss all things invite strategy.
22 Jan 2020

Invite Strategy in a Post-Church Culture – Episode 129 | The Unstuck Church Podcast

Churches have always had the essential role to equip people to share their faith, but in today’s climate, that can…

You can't make ministry plans that lead towards ongoing growth and health if you don't understand your starting point. So, in this last episode of our ministry planning series, we dig into some knowledge that blows up assumptions and help you make ministry plans that actually lead towards ministry health.
You can't make ministry plans that lead towards ongoing growth and health if you don't understand your starting point. So, in this last episode of our ministry planning series, we dig into some knowledge that blows up assumptions and help you make ministry plans that actually lead towards ministry health.
15 Jan 2020

Planning for Sustained Church Health and Growth – Episode 128 | The Unstuck Church Podcast

You can’t make ministry plans that lead towards ongoing growth and health if you don’t understand your starting point. So,…

Your vision is not your to-do list. It’s not the event calendar. It’s not your preaching schedule. It’s not your building repairs. It’s not your most pressing need. It’s easy to reduce vision to the next thing to be done. But the action items on your list are supporting players, and though they are very important ones, they too often grow to a gargantuan size, blocking out all light from the true aim -- the very reason why you have a list at all.
Your vision is not your to-do list. It’s not the event calendar. It’s not your preaching schedule. It’s not your building repairs. It’s not your most pressing need. It’s easy to reduce vision to the next thing to be done. But the action items on your list are supporting players, and though they are very important ones, they too often grow to a gargantuan size, blocking out all light from the true aim -- the very reason why you have a list at all.
14 Jan 2020

Your Vision Shouldn’t Be Your To-Do List

Your vision is not your to-do list. It’s not the event calendar. It’s not your preaching schedule. It’s not your…

Possibilities. With the turning of the calendar, there’s often a renewed sense of hope and a dream of what could be. We all tend to believe this is the year things will be different. Too often, though, leaders hold onto this hope without a plan to achieve it. I say this a lot but... Hope is not a strategy.
Possibilities. With the turning of the calendar, there’s often a renewed sense of hope and a dream of what could be. We all tend to believe this is the year things will be different. Too often, though, leaders hold onto this hope without a plan to achieve it. I say this a lot but... Hope is not a strategy.
01 Jan 2020

Hope Is Not a Strategy for the New Year – Episode 126 | The Unstuck Church Podcast

Possibilities. With the turning of the calendar, there’s often a renewed sense of hope and a dream of what could…