This just might be the fastest growing ministry focus of pastors young and mature. Re-planing is the new church planting. For most circumstances every new ministry is a rebuild and if you stay long enough you will rebuild your church multiple times.
All size churches can be multi-campus these days. With modern technology both virtual and in person campuses are possible for small, medium, and large churches. These venues can be on campus, in person, live stream, even across the country or in a different language.
New XP's are being hired from the marketplace or being promoted from within. Most pastors know they need an XP, but do not know how to train the XP. The relationship between a Lead Pastor and XP is critical when it comes to trust and success.
Staffs grow and change. They even fail. Hiring and firing is a costly ministry activity. Staff culture can be life giving, but it can also be draining. Creating responsibility and accountability that grows a uniquely, well built team takes dynamic organizational and relational skills.
When churches exist for decades their communities change. This calls for new vision and resource plans. No church stays the same during its history. Each stage has its unique challenges and opportunities.
Thinking about launching a Dream Center or your first City Serve Day? Maybe you would like to increase community outreach strategies or build your personal ministry network with community leaders? Our communities need our churches now more than ever.
From multi-million dollar relocation project to small remodel. We have the tools you will need to discern if your church is ready and what you could expect to raise. We can even coach you through the many details of self led campaign.
People with the gift of generosity need shepherding to flourish in their gift, but this can be uncomfortable for a pastor. However, every gift deserves to be cultivated and released. Multiplied resources await a pastor who is confident in discipling key givers.
Every pastor desires church growth, but nothing can produce more discouragement than watching all your efforts lead to decline or plateau. Chasing more money, baptisms, and money are not the best pursuits. They are fruits of other pursuits.
Other than a pastor's spiritual health, nothing is more important than a clear, actionable, vision that directs ministry and resources. Turning vision into a powerful channel moving everyone together into the future is harder than we think at the outset of the journey.
While pastors are uniquely wired for vision and shepherding few are gifted for process and systems. You can see it, even feel it, but getting things organized just is not your thing. This is why God gifts other people that need specific direction to create an unstoppable machine you can trust.
Fund raising and money pressures are they no pastor should ever experience. A generous culture exists only when a church is filled with growing generous disciples. Discipleship is your passion and you can grow generous people without focusing on money.
Things simply may not feel right, your team may be struggling, or your church just can't seem to get any momentum. You have tried it all. You have run out of ideas. You may even be more than just a little tired.
We may not have named the mountain or valley you are staring at, so pitch us your dream. I am pretty confident we will have a solid resource for you.
Let us facilitate your group. It could be for your team, network, and gathering of pastor friends. These dynamic groups allow you to name the topic while learning from others in an informal supportive setting. (Organize your own Master Mind Group and receive 50% your tuition.)