What started out as a 60-year old church with sixty 60-year olds has since grown to more than 4,000 weekend worshipers across multiple campuses. And not in a thriving metropolis, mind you.
Listen to Dr. Jerry Lawson of Daystar Church share the power of WHY, and exactly why communicating WHY is so important when it comes to getting people to change. Just a few short years ago, Jerry Lawson found himself as the new pastor of a 60-year old church with sixty 60-year olds. Today, Daystar Church …
Simple. There are at least two areas that I want to make sure you develop a regular habit of asking for. One is money. The other is help.
We often talk about church systems here at MyChurchTraining.com. And for good reasons. Systems are the backbone (and often unseen or otherwise unappreciated) that enables the body of the church to flourish. While there are any number of factors that can diminish a church’s impact or effectiveness, most churches never get out of the dysfunction zone because of a problem with its systems.
Critical mass in your current facility will help everyone become involved in the problem and give you leverage for involvement and buy-in to find a solution.
Most of the time, church leaders want to focus on what they should do to grow their church. In reality, the quickest way to get your church unstuck is to STOP doing a few things.
For a thorough explanation of how you can use video to cast vision, train volunteers, reach lost people in your community, and grow your church.
I go out and I find people like Jerry that have a message to tell to church. And then partner with them, and with my team, to help get that message out. If you’ve been with us very long you know I’m passionate about pastors and about church growth.
Year End Review Page Here For the complete talk, watch the video above. 1. To hear God’s voice … A lot of you are diving deep into God’s Word as you prepare sermons. But what I am talking about hear is the macro-level hearing God’s voice for you personally … and your ministry. At least …
Should your church be about growth? Or spiritual development? I started to name this piece of content:Outcome Vs. Input I often find myself more concerned about the outcomes. Keep in mind, I’m also the behind-the-scenes guy of a program called 24toDouble. We’ve put more than 2,500 churches through a process that helps them double their …