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Mitigating Scope Creep Through an Evaluation Plan

By Dr. A. Christson Adedoyin, MSW, MATS, PhD Scope Creep in program evaluation according to Brown and Gerhardt (2002) refers to “the incremental growth of project requirements that expand beyond [...]

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Don’t Neglect the Most Neglected in Your Consulting

By David Smith Medical doctors use their knowledge, training, experience and best available tools to diagnose and treat their patients. Sometimes, it’s the “lose a few pounds and get some more [...]

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The COVID Journey Continues: Are You Taking Care of You?

By Dr. Ethel Canty Bothuel  In my October 2020 blog entitled, Three Ways to Bounce Back into Action: A COVID Journey, I cited the realities we were facing during the Pandemic.  Guess what?  We [...]

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The Kingdom’s Scorecard – Is Your Church Really Successful or Faithful?

By Niyi Dunmade Over the years, many churches and their leaders have come to place emphasis on the number of people in their congregation or their seating capacity as well as the size of [...]

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Responding to Different Seasons of Growth

By Mark Lenz An analogy is something that shows how two things are alike, with the goal of making a point about the comparison. The purpose of an analogy is not merely to show, but also to [...]

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Emotional and Spiritual Maturity

by Dan Abbatiello The church board was discussing what to do with the dated, worn and frayed carpet in the church sanctuary.  One of the board members grew increasingly agitated and without a [...]

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Unity and Diversity: 10 Healthy Characteristics of the 1st Multiethnic Church

by Dr. Michael Rackley In all my years as a seminary student, I’ve never read, studied, or heard a lecture about the Antioch Church and its diversity in the Book of Acts until asked to teach at [...]

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Blurred Lines and How to Avoid Them

by Mark Lenz I obsess over clarity. Why? Because I’ve been in several situations, mostly in churches, where a lack of a clear purpose, clear directions and clearly stated goals led to confusion, [...]

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Three Keys To Leveraging Church Revitalization

By Jim Barber Archimedes was a Greek mathematician who lived in the 2nd century BC. He made likely the most famous quote ever about the use of a lever. By doing so, he demonstrated the [...]

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Church Health And Dealing With Growth Barriers (Part 2)

by Niyi Dunmade …continued from Part 1 Micromanaging Many churches have become bureaucratic because of the problem of Micromanaging. Micromanaging in the context of church growth is a [...]

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