We’ve seen church governance can either be a barrier to—or a catalyst for—church health and growth. More often than not, church boards are dysfunctional and create complexity. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Over the last few months, your workload has grown exponentially, and you can’t do it all. You, and the people on your team, are only human. Lance Witt joins us again to share what exactly your team needs from you in our changing world.
We’ve talked with many, many pastors about feeling overwhelmed in this season. You’re under greater pressure than ever, and being criticized more than ever. How do pastors stay emotionally healthy right now?
We need a new strategy to connect with people who are outside the faith, and it starts with addressing the real life questions the people we’re trying to reach are actually asking. It’s not an easy shift, but I’m confident this tool will make it easier.
Most churches start, grow, thrive, decline and eventually end. But I believe God’s plan for our churches is that they grow in maturity towards a peak of sustained health. How can you avoid getting stuck in one of these phases and succeed in experiencing sustained health?
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BONUS: Your weekend experience is no longer the front door of your church. Your digital ministry strategy is. If you don’t know where to start, how to grow your church’s digital “front door” or what to measure, this practical tool helps you dive into the who, what, when, where and why.