Ministry Impact Home Page

0

4 Ways to Overcome Small Group Obstacles this Fall

John Gilman September 5, 2017

Fall is the time of year when families begin establishing new routines and schedules. As a new school year gets underway, many churches like to highlight the scriptural call to community through the introduction of small groups. Discipleship and meeting together for fellowship are so vital for spiritual wellness and growth. The practice of accountability… Continue Reading »

0

Budgeting Toward the Sweet Spot

James Clyburn August 29, 2017

It’s about that time again. Time to enter your ministry budget, get everything just right and hold your breath during the approval process. Oftentimes, it’s the unforeseen things that can wreak havoc on a budget. Even those of you who have been budgeting for years could run into new experiences. Is your church growing rapidly? How’s… Continue Reading »

0

Hurricane Harvey Assistance

Meredith Mahon Morris August 28, 2017

Over the last couple of days, our thoughts, prayers, and conversations have been drawn over and over to all those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. So many people living in Texas as well as our clients are experiencing so much loss. This isn’t the first time our churches and schools have been impacted by a devastating… Continue Reading »

0

Outreach Ideas for your Church this Fall

Meredith Mahon Morris August 25, 2017

Fall brings a season where many people step back into routines and schedules. This often also brings new faces to our churches, interested in checking out our community and possibly becoming involved. In Jonathan Howe’s article “10 Outreach Ideas For Your Church This Fall “ at thomrainer.com, he explores some fresh new outreach ideas. He… Continue Reading »

1

Millennials: 5 Things They’re Looking for in your Church

Jennifer Byrd August 23, 2017

An ongoing conversation among church leaders is how to engage the elusive millennial. This group, identified as the 80 million Americans born after 1980 and before 2000, is the first generation to grow up in a fully digital world. As a result, they seem to have unique desires and perspectives on what they want out… Continue Reading »

0

Is your Church in the Cloud?

John Gilman August 21, 2017

On paper, the Church is an organization. In reality, the Church is an organism. Each one is unique. Each one has many parts. And each one needs to stay connected, even when they aren’t gathered. The most prevailing description and analogy related to the Church in scripture is a Body. In fact, the apostle Paul… Continue Reading »

0

New Member Classes: Starting off on the Right Foot

Meredith Mahon Morris August 18, 2017

The process of getting a new member educated about your church, the theology and doctrine you adhere to, and how they can get plugged in may take a multitude of different paths. It depends on how each church and its staff choose to integrate new members into their church body. Some are on top of… Continue Reading »

0

Ways to Invest in Families as They Head Back to School

Meredith Mahon Morris August 7, 2017

School is right around the corner on the calendar. With a new school year approaching families are gearing up for the return of early mornings and hitting the stores to purchase school supplies, backpacks, lunchboxes and school clothes. While many parents love filling their child’s new backpacks with unopened packages of pencils, loose leaf notebook… Continue Reading »

0

Leadership that Empowers

Meredith Mahon Morris July 31, 2017

Leaders activate those around them. Leadership is a spiritual gift which shines brightest when it gives the spotlight to others. Leaders get people moving in the right direction and allow them to do what they were created to do. Though leaders are responsible for developing new leaders, there’s more to the job. Leaders make space… Continue Reading »

Login to your account

Can't remember your Password ?

Register for this site!