You prepare and invite with people in mind. How do you respond when they don’t come? Hopefully like Jesus does. This is a parable, about a parable, about the Kingdom.
The bringing of tithes and offerings is an important time, because it is incredibly spiritual. Learn to effectively discuss offering talk with your church.
Though I primarily work with churches, I do have the opportunity from time to time to provide consulting and coaching to business leaders. It struck me recently that the healthy businesses I serve practice many Biblical principles. At the same time, many stuck churches I engage with are unwilling to embrace these same Biblical principles.
Did you earn an A in Pastor Math Class? Ok, so that’s not be a real seminary course, but every pastor we meet knows the material. Whether you lean towards measuring everything, or eschewing numbers in favor of stories, there is one number you simply cannot ignore — and it’s probably not what you think.
Creating an irresistible, welcoming environment for young families and their children is important for any church. Learn to engage kids through children’s ministry no matter the venue.
Staff Stress & Communication: One Multisite Church’s Story of Simplifying for a Healthier Team (with Illustrations)
Multisite growth is exciting and challenging. But this Communications Team was feeling the heat and it began to creep into staff interactions. They were being inundated by requests that were last-minute or lacking coherence. Learn the steps they took to simplify communication and strengthen their team.
In the weeds. That’s where many senior pastors live. It’s not usually a pride issue — more a question of role clarity. In this episode of The Unstuck Church Podcast, Amy Anderson and I discuss the three roles only the senior pastor can do for a church, and why you should give yourself permission to delegate everything else.
Far too often, we see churches seek God for a vision, diligently plan for action and then hit a wall. Join us as we start the conversation to fund your vision.
Is your website keeping people away from your church? There’s a simple way to begin answering that question. Begin tracking this metric to inform you of a few things:
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: