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Chances are you didn’t get into leadership to see your church stop accomplishing its mission. One of the primary missions of the local church is to reach new people with Christ’s love, which, naturally, implies growth. But almost every church (and almost every organization) faces seasons in which growth stops. Some haven’t seen growth in…

5 Key Questions You Should Ask If Your Church Isn’t GrowingRead More
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It’s easy to believe that there will come a day when your church or organization will never struggle and you’ll never struggle as a leader. As tempting as that is to believe, it’s just not true. Every church struggles. And every leader struggles. And—yes—even growing churches struggle. I outlined the struggles smaller churches experience in my post 5 Tensions Every…

9 Surprising Challenges You’ll Face When Your Church GrowsRead More
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It’s the classic chicken and egg problem that plagues so many leaders. There’s an 85% chance you’re facing it right now because 85% of churches in North America have congregations of less than 200 attenders. Here’s the challenge: You think that if you had more people and money you think you could reach more people,…

How to Break Through When Your Church Seems So SmallRead More