How 5 Bad Habits Hinder Church Growth DOWNLOAD NOW There’s no quick fix growth strategy for churches, but there are 5 things you should avoid at all cost. This ebook will help your church with the difficult process of self-evaluation and point out practical fixes to get you back on track for positive church growth.
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Nothing will muck up a growing church faster than a few bad hires (or, frankly, even one bad hire). Every hire you make changes the dynamics of your church staff . In this ebook, you’ll learn about 5 people you don’t want on your church staff. They’re often great people. They do good work, and […]
1. The mistake of not giving employees a listening ear. 2. The mistake of not giving employees enough information. 3. The mistake of not coaching their employees. 4. The mistake of not recognizing their employees. 5. The mistake of a “closed door policy.”
Church planters and pastors have finally come around to the concept that there may be a place for social media in their ministry. But I still find that there remain a lot of myths about what social media can do for the ministry. Here are 5 social media myths we encounter in the order that […]
1. Why are You Planting this Church? 2. What are You Reacting Against? 3. How Will You Make Disciples? 4. Who is Pastoring You? 5. Who am I?
You are doing better than you think you are. You are further along than you think you are. God is doing more than you currently see. There are people in your community that need what you have. Stop carrying the burden. Share the burden.
1) Get away from them. Move your desk and if possible, change your office. Just the geographic change can make a significant difference. Most of the time, whiners vent on who’s nearby, so don’t be an easy target. 2) Switch the conversation. Ask them opposite questions, like, What’s working? What’s going well? Turn the talk […]
Those with shallow roots. Those that are self-entitled. Those that are negatively critical. Those that are ignorantly idolatrous. Those that are evangelistically anemic.
Mars Hill Seattle (marshill.com) – Beyond the sometimes polarizingly, yet magnetic personality of teaching pastor Mark Driscoll (@pastormark), the church has a very sizeable audience engagement on not just Facebook and Twitter, but also podcasting, Instagram, Pinterest, and YouTube, said Chuang. The private church-based social network The City (http://www.onthecity.org) traces its origins to Mars Hill. LifeChurch.tv based […]