Podcast Episode #594
Wouldn’t you like to know what the future holds for your church? Special guest Dave Travis from Generis joins Thom and Sam as they jump in their time machine and discuss issues and trends church leaders must know for 2020.
- What are some demographic issues facing churches in 2020?
- Does church attendance matter?
- What is meant by “more compact facilities”?
- What is the future of smaller churches?
- What is the trend in video-based churches versus live preaching?
- What can church leaders learn from the long-story of demographics?
- Where will millennials and future generations live and how does it impact church growth?
- What tools can be used to engage church members beyond Sunday?
- What is the new dream for church growth and facility usage?
- The 4 story process explained.
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