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Even in this situation where we can't meet physically with people in church services and worship gatherings, I actually think there are huge opportunities to be found for churches who choose to look for them, instead of getting stuck focusing on the loss.
Even in this situation where we can't meet physically with people in church services and worship gatherings, I actually think there are huge opportunities to be found for churches who choose to look for them, instead of getting stuck focusing on the loss.
18 Mar 2020

How Pastors Should Respond in Crisis – Episode 137 | The Unstuck Church Podcast

Even in this situation where we can’t meet physically with people in church services and worship gatherings, I actually think…

I believe there are only two types of churches. That may sound like an overstatement, but in this episode, I explain the two groups and the data that comes with it. Even churches who are clear on their mission field, over time, develop blind spots.
I believe there are only two types of churches. That may sound like an overstatement, but in this episode, I explain the two groups and the data that comes with it. Even churches who are clear on their mission field, over time, develop blind spots.
11 Mar 2020

Blind Spots on the Weekend – Episode 136 | The Unstuck Church Podcast

I believe there are only two types of churches. That may sound like an overstatement, but in this episode, I…

What's remarkable about weekend services at your church? We work with a lot of churches that are frustrated by declining or plateaued attendance, and we hear lots of ideas and reasons why they think it's happening. But there's one BIG factor most don't seem willing to examine:
What's remarkable about weekend services at your church? We work with a lot of churches that are frustrated by declining or plateaued attendance, and we hear lots of ideas and reasons why they think it's happening. But there's one BIG factor most don't seem willing to examine:
26 Feb 2020

Predictable to Remarkable: Compelling Weekend Services – Episode 134 | The Unstuck Church Podcast

What’s remarkable about weekend services at your church? We work with a lot of churches that are frustrated by declining…

Somehow many pastors have come to believe that leaders are winners & managers are losers—but the truth this, leadership & management are complementary, not contradictory. In this episode, Lance joins Amy and me one more time to talk about how church leaders can up their management game.
Somehow many pastors have come to believe that leaders are winners & managers are losers—but the truth this, leadership & management are complementary, not contradictory. In this episode, Lance joins Amy and me one more time to talk about how church leaders can up their management game.
19 Feb 2020

Balancing Leadership and Management – Episode 133 | The Unstuck Church Podcast

Somehow many pastors have come to believe that leaders are winners & managers are losers—but the truth this, leadership &…

Bad meetings are one of the biggest time-wasters on any team—but church staff teams seem particularly prone to meet and meet and meet to the end of reduced productivity for everyone. In this episode, we're talking about three questions will radically improve your meetings. Listen here:
Bad meetings are one of the biggest time-wasters on any team—but church staff teams seem particularly prone to meet and meet and meet to the end of reduced productivity for everyone. In this episode, we're talking about three questions will radically improve your meetings. Listen here:
12 Feb 2020

How to Increase Your Team’s Productivity by 30% – Episode 132 | The Unstuck Church Podcast

Bad meetings are one of the biggest time-wasters on any team—but church staff teams seem particularly prone to meet and…

Sometimes churches get stuck because of the staff team. Either the team is high-performing, but there's interpersonal and leadership dysfunction. Or the team is but there's a significant execution gap. But, it really matters for you to be strong in both.
Sometimes churches get stuck because of the staff team. Either the team is high-performing, but there's interpersonal and leadership dysfunction. Or the team is but there's a significant execution gap. But, it really matters for you to be strong in both.
29 Jan 2020

How to Develop a High Impact Church Staff – Episode 130 | The Unstuck Church Podcast

Sometimes churches get stuck because of the staff team. Either the team is high-performing, but there’s interpersonal and leadership dysfunction.…

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,…