This New Online Tool Will Help You Lead an Unstuck Church

This New Online Tool Will Help You Lead an Unstuck Church

Over the past few months, our team has been working to create a new tool to help church leaders gain confidence to break the barriers to health and growth in their churches—something that prepares them to address 12 common challenges when leading a ministry.

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Our newest resource, the Leading an Unstuck Church Course, challenges you with lessons, exercises and discussion that will grow your ability to lead an unstuck church. Whether you lead a large church, a small church or somewhere in between, Tony Morgan equips you with biblical wisdom and practical know-how to lead your church towards sustained health.

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The lessons, each building on the last, stem from 12 core issues The Unstuck Group has found most churches are facing today.

But this course provides more than content: We’ve built in practical next steps and a community for support as you navigate each principle.

 

 

Through this course you will gain the ability to help your church:

  • Find clarity around mission, vision, values and strategy

  • Discover practical ways to enhance the weekend services

  • Build a plan to develop more leaders

  • Learn to build teams & increase volunteer engagement

  • Learn how to staff for growth

  • Improve communications both internally and externally

  • Learn how to establish healthier finances

  • And more

That’s just a sample. Learn about all 12 lessons and enroll by clicking below. The Leading an Unstuck Church Course will only be open for enrollment for a few weeks, since we want to keep the group small so we can engage personally and facilitate a strong community. We hope to see you there!

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By | 2018-05-21T18:05:20+00:00 May 22nd, 2018|Leadership|0 Comments

About the Author:

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Caroline is a Content Specialist for The Unstuck Group. She is a graduate of The University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism & Mass Communication. She is involved with her local church in Athens, GA as well as other local ministries. She is passionate about leveraging communication strategies for helping churches experience growth!

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