Helping First Time Guests Return To Your Church For A Second Visit

Every church needs to have first time guests visiting their church in order to grow. It’s not rocket science, right? To grow any organization, you have to get new customers to purchase your product. In churches, you get guests to grow or you don’t grow and stay the same. It’s that simple. Now, we canContinue reading “Helping First Time Guests Return To Your Church For A Second Visit”

3 Steps To Breaking The Growth Barriers In Your Church

Every pastor that I have ever spoke with wants to grow their church. If they didn’t, they probably shouldn’t be the pastor at the church. Growth is something that everyone wants, but not everyone experiences. Now, growth in church is always a touchy subject. Here is what I am not saying in this post: IContinue reading “3 Steps To Breaking The Growth Barriers In Your Church”

Leaders: Stop Comparing Yourself With Others!

If I could give one piece of advice for all leaders, it is this: BE YOURSELF! Be you. Stop trying to be someone else. Stop comparing yourself with everyone else. Just be you. Be the very best version of you that you possibly can be. I love technology, but one negative result of the riseContinue reading “Leaders: Stop Comparing Yourself With Others!”

4 Steps To Keep Growing

Happy New Year! I cannot believe that 2019 is finally here. 2018 has come and gone. I feel as I get older, the years pass by faster and faster. I love January, because it is a time where everyone seems to be evaluating themselves. It is a time for self-evaluation and self-improvement. Now, I don’tContinue reading “4 Steps To Keep Growing”

3 Ideas For Developing a Leadership Pipeline In Your Church

You know, I have never met a pastor who does not want their church to grow. All pastors desire for their church to grow (at least I hope they do). In order to grow and have sustainable growth, you must develop a culture of leadership in your church. You cannot simply do everything yourself andContinue reading “3 Ideas For Developing a Leadership Pipeline In Your Church”