Tiffany Deluccia

Tiffany Deluccia

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Apple made some big announcements recently that could pretty significantly impact how churches use apps to engage their congregations. I reached out to Sean Buchanan from Aware3 to help us understand what church leaders need to understand about this shift:
Apple made some big announcements recently that could pretty significantly impact how churches use apps to engage their congregations. I reached out to Sean Buchanan from Aware3 to help us understand what church leaders need to understand about this shift:
01 Nov 2017

What Apple’s App Store Changes Mean for Your Church

Apple made some big announcements recently that could pretty significantly impact how churches use apps to engage their congregations. I…

His church was actually increasing in attendance, giving and small groups, but the rate of that increase was slowing. That's what led John to see stuckness in their future if they didn't dig into the church's health and strategy and take action.
His church was actually increasing in attendance, giving and small groups, but the rate of that increase was slowing. That's what led John to see stuckness in their future if they didn't dig into the church's health and strategy and take action.
28 Sep 2017

Leaders See It First: An Interview with Christ Harbor United Methodist Church on Sidestepping Stuckness

His church was actually increasing in attendance, giving and small groups, but the rate of that increase was slowing. That’s…

Ginghamsburg Church in Ohio has quite the history of growth and effective church leadership. Mike Slaughter, the current Senior Pastor, has become known as an early innovator in multiple areas of ministry. So, how does succession work in a church with a history of leadership like that? We caught up with Mike and incoming lead pastor Chris Heckaman to get their insights as this church enters a new season.
Ginghamsburg Church in Ohio has quite the history of growth and effective church leadership. Mike Slaughter, the current Senior Pastor, has become known as an early innovator in multiple areas of ministry. So, how does succession work in a church with a history of leadership like that? We caught up with Mike and incoming lead pastor Chris Heckaman to get their insights as this church enters a new season.
05 Jul 2017

The Hand-Off: Succession Insights with an Existing Pastor and an Entering Pastor

Ginghamsburg Church in Ohio has quite the history of growth and effective church leadership. Mike Slaughter, the current Senior Pastor,…

It’s so much easier to read the headlines -- to watch the show and allow the stereotypes to create monsters out of the people coming behind us -- than it is to listen. If we refuse to engage on a personal level with the people we go before, our churches will never succeed in reaching Millennials.
It’s so much easier to read the headlines -- to watch the show and allow the stereotypes to create monsters out of the people coming behind us -- than it is to listen. If we refuse to engage on a personal level with the people we go before, our churches will never succeed in reaching Millennials.
14 Feb 2017

Reaching Millennials: We Need to Check Our Attitudes Toward the Next Generation

It’s so much easier to read the headlines — to watch the show and allow the stereotypes to create monsters…

Most organizational communication problems are really something else. Still, when churches sense their message isn’t getting through, they often dive headfirst into changing the technology or the graphics, trying more announcements, redesigning the site, etc. Perhaps you lead at one of those churches. The problem is they are often trying to solve the wrong challenge...
Most organizational communication problems are really something else. Still, when churches sense their message isn’t getting through, they often dive headfirst into changing the technology or the graphics, trying more announcements, redesigning the site, etc. Perhaps you lead at one of those churches. The problem is they are often trying to solve the wrong challenge...
07 Feb 2017

It’s Not Me, It’s You: Why Communication May Not Be Your REAL Problem

Most organizational communication problems are really something else. Still, when churches sense their message isn’t getting through, they often dive…

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.
01 Dec 2016

Is Your Vision a Mural or a 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…