10 Areas of Ministry to Get on the Same Page Before You Merge
Church mergers are becoming more commonplace, and for a lot of reasons it’s a movement that I believe we’ll see more of in the future. In fact Sun Valley Community Church, the church I have the pleasure of serving at, has experienced beginning two new campuses through mergers in the last couple of years.
There are a lot of things that can go right…and wrong…in a church merger. But if your church is considering a merger in the future make sure the Senior Leadership Teams from both churches consider and discuss the following 10 potential deal breakers, and get on the same page before bringing the idea to your individual churches.
We are always excited when someone contacts us about engaging in multisite consulting. Typically, this is an indicator that a church is experiencing growth, and needing additional space and resources to provide for the demand. More people get to hear about the Kingdom of God, and we love nothing more than that.
Health + Growth Metrics in Our New Q4 2019 edition of The Unstuck Church Report
This isn’t just about having a successful campus—this is about more people meeting Jesus.
Not Having a Plan is the Same as Having a Plan to Do Nothing
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