In a large church, it’s difficult for pastors to establish deep, personal relationships with every member of the church. You also want to give your… Read More »Making Big Churches Feel Small: Building Small Groups with MissionInsite
Making a big church feel small is a culture shift which means that we need to find ways to let church members, volunteers, and staff… Read More »Big Church Made Small: Prioritize Small Groups
A growing church is exciting! More people means impact, more opportunity, and more ministry. More people also means more people—in other words, crowds. No matter… Read More »Big Church Made Small: Make Everyone Feel Known
When I was younger, receiving a new printed church directory was not unlike the annual school yearbook. I’d spend time rifling through it, looking for… Read More »How Can You Make the Most of Your Family Directory
Generation Z is now one of the most predominant generations in America. They are also very unique compared to past generations and are vital for… Read More »Generation Z , Who They Are and How to Reach Them?
Part two of Five Strategies to Engage Donors Right Now Looking for concrete ways to engage your donors? In this blog series, we’re looking at… Read More »Engage Donors and Acknowledge Past Faithfulness
Businesses are great at practicing that which we Christians should excel at when it comes to church growth: hospitality. In the business world, it’s called… Read More »Using Hospitality to Increase Church Growth
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… Read More »New Member Classes: Starting off on the Right Foot