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Do This BEFORE You Ask Your Church to Invite

Do This BEFORE You Ask Your Church to Invite

For most, the Sunday morning service is the front door to the church. It’s the first-time people will experience your church community.  It’s when people hear and sing the songs, listen to the sermon, and see others. I’m not saying this is all there is (or that it’s...

22 Examples of Church Purpose Statements

22 Examples of Church Purpose Statements

 Every leader has faced that sense of aimlessness as if they’re working toward an ambiguous purpose. When the purpose of your ministry seems unclear, you may find yourself asking, “Why are we even here?”  And that’s why your church needs a purpose statement. Many use...

7 Systems Every Growing Church Needs

7 Systems Every Growing Church Needs

Pastors aren’t always great with the business side of church.  Preaching, casting vision, helping people…those are usually right in their wheelhouse. But strategy, operations, planning, technology, and finances often feel like they get in the way of real ministry....

5 Tips for Pastors Walking a Congregation Through Grief

5 Tips for Pastors Walking a Congregation Through Grief

The Covid-19 pandemic wasn’t the first instance of collective grief that congregations around the world have experienced together. There are congregations in the U.S. that have mourned alongside each other when a domestic terrorist attack happened in their community....

5 Ways to Help Your Church Staff Flourish

5 Ways to Help Your Church Staff Flourish

Flourish might be an unfamiliar word.  But when it comes to psychology, it’s a common term to bring definition to the well-being of a person. In 2017, Harvard published a perspective piece on what is referred to in social psychology as “human flourishing.” ...