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In the second part of this conversation, you'll learn about more church growth barriers: common multisite model missteps and how they set you back, as well as the all too frequent issue of "complexity creep" that can undermine your vision. There is also a candid Q&A time at the end of our talk.
In the second part of this conversation, you'll learn about more church growth barriers: common multisite model missteps and how they set you back, as well as the all too frequent issue of "complexity creep" that can undermine your vision. There is also a candid Q&A time at the end of our talk.
21 Mar 2018

Breaking Barriers: Reaching 2,000 & Beyond (Part 2) | The Unstuck Church Podcast

In the second part of this conversation, you’ll learn about more church growth barriers: common multisite model missteps and how they set…

It's nobody's favorite activity—but unstuck churches tackle pruning with courage. Unfocused churches have competing events, programs and ministries that pull them in all different directions. In this episode, Amy and I discuss three areas that both healthy and unhealthy churches need to prune.
It's nobody's favorite activity—but unstuck churches tackle pruning with courage. Unfocused churches have competing events, programs and ministries that pull them in all different directions. In this episode, Amy and I discuss three areas that both healthy and unhealthy churches need to prune.
28 Dec 2017

Pruning: 3 Ministry Areas to Tackle | The Unstuck Church Podcast

It’s nobody’s favorite activity—but unstuck churches tackle pruning with courage. Unfocused churches have competing events, programs and ministries that pull…

Our culture still embraces Christmas. Churches decorate, plan and hold extra services. But are we really connecting with the people who only come to church during the most wonderful time of the year? In this episode of The Unstuck Church Podcast, Amy and I review "the wins" every church can experience during the Christmas season.
Our culture still embraces Christmas. Churches decorate, plan and hold extra services. But are we really connecting with the people who only come to church during the most wonderful time of the year? In this episode of The Unstuck Church Podcast, Amy and I review "the wins" every church can experience during the Christmas season.
29 Nov 2017

Christmas Is the New Easter? | The Unstuck Church Podcast

Our culture still embraces Christmas. Churches decorate, plan and hold extra services. But are we really connecting with the people…

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.
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.
13 Nov 2017

Pastor Math 101 | The Unstuck Church Podcast

Did you earn an A in Pastor Math Class? Ok, so that’s not be a real seminary course, but every pastor we…

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.
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.
07 Nov 2017

3 Roles a Senior Pastor Can’t Delegate | The Unstuck Church Podcast

In the weeds. That’s where many senior pastors live. It’s not usually a pride issue — more a question of…