6 Ways Church Assessment can Change Your Church

Failure to thoroughly or consistently review aspects of the church will have a negative impact on the organisation in multiple ways. In contrast, when a church embraces an intentional review process there are a number of benefits:

1. An intentional church assessment process provides key information that can be catalytic for the growth of the church.

2. An intentional church assessment process ensures the church does not drift from its mission.

3. An intentional church assessment process uses the vision as motivation for change.

4. An intentional church assessment process protects the culture by ensuring it is not neglected in the busyness of activity.

5. An intentional church assessment process will identify when the systems or structure are no longer serving the vision.

6. An intentional church assessment process creates accountability for the achievement of strategic goals.

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3 Responses to 6 Ways Church Assessment can Change Your Church

  1. Troy Day February 21, 2018 at 8:20 am #

    Have you done one of these lately in your church?
    What did you learn about your church from the survey?
    What did you want to learn that the survey did not show?
    Ed Brewer David Lewayne Porter Daniel Rushing Daniel Blaylock

    • Daniel Rushing February 21, 2018 at 10:47 am #

      Thanks for the resource. I’ll check it out later.

    • Troy Day February 21, 2018 at 4:31 pm #

      oh dont I know what later means 🙂

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