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The Power Of Priorities

Most department leaders are sincere in their desire to work for God. They want to work for the Lord or they would not have accepted the responsibility of leadership. But few people know how to plan effectively. They work in spurts, start five projects at once, become bogged down, become discouraged, often quit altogether. This […]

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The Church Growth Planning Retreat

Effective planning takes time. The “tyranny of the urgent” is the enemy of planning. Just about the time you sit down to figure out where to go next, someone announces a newly discovered ‘brush fire’ which demands immediate attention. So you abandon what was most important for what was most urgent. Good planning requires extended […]

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Developing Job Descriptions for Church Growth

Unless you place their duties in writing, there is a good chance that they will forget much of what you told them. For this reason, the written job description is very important. Your delegated director will refer back to it repeatedly. Job descriptions are not documents to be locked away in filing cabinets, but tools […]

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The Role of Organization in Church Growth

List the departments in your church into two columns.  On the left side put departments that have an ‘inward’ emphasis.  In other words, their main purpose is to minister to and strengthen the church. This would be departments like Music, Youth, Sunday School, etc.  On the right side list those departments that have an ‘outward’ […]

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What An Evangelistic Sunday School Looks Like

An evangelistic Sunday school will always be built upon a foundation of prayer.  While each teacher should maintain their own personal prayer life, corporate group prayer by all Sunday school staff members is equally important.  Some churches maintain a Sunday morning teacher’s prayer/staff meeting that begins about thirty minutes before the teachers are to be […]

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The Faithfulness Factor

Some classes begin one-half hour before Youth Service time and ends one-half hour after Youth Service begins (allowing a person to still attend the bulk of youth service if they wish). Others start promptly 45 minutes before service. What time you begin should be determined by the work schedules of your potential leadership. The training […]

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