Podcast Episode #512
Growth in a church doesn’t have to be the result of a large strategy. Today we discuss how a few small things can lead to big growth.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
- Many pastors and church leaders try to start too much in their church.
- Too many local community ministries don’t have a clear outreach component that connects people to a church service.
- Outreach to local adults with special needs is a great opportunity for a church to serve its community.
- Small increases in a church can lead to big momentum for growth.
The five micro-strategies we discuss are:
- Get a commitment from one or two groups.
- Start a ministry from scratch with a clear outreach component to it.
- Find a group in your community that may be neglected in ministry.
- Make Pray and Go an ongoing ministry of your church.
- Try a few of the 16 adjustments.
Resources mentioned in today’s podcast
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