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The Fourth Quarter Ministry – Seven Qualities of a “Comeback Church”

By Dr. Michael Rackley   Certified Church Consultant What is your fondest memory of the greatest fourth-quarter comeback in the last 10 years of sports? Maybe it’s Russell Wilson’s [...]

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Incorporating Evaluability Assessment into Church Consulting

by Certified Church Consultant, Dr. A. Christson Adedoyin, MSW, MATS, PhD. Issues That Could Arise While Conducting an Evaluability Assessment in Church Settings In the field of evaluability [...]

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The Pros and Cons of Mission Statements

By Society President, Mark Lenz Some organizations have Mission Statements. Others have a mission. Some churches have Vision Statements. Other have a vision. I’ve been closely associated with [...]

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Three Things Effective Leaders Should Do In A Crisis

By Dr. Michael Rackley Have you ever wondered in times of accelerated change, turbulent seasons, and uncertainty what church leaders are supposed to be doing? I believe the first place to look is [...]

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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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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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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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Church Health And Dealing With Growth Barriers (Part 1)

by Niyi Dunmade God wants His body to grow just like a father wants to see his child grow; He also wants churches and Christians to reproduce their kind (bear fruit), which translates into church [...]

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Five Characteristics Of A Church That Is Ready For Revitalization

By Jim Barber. November 1, 2020 Underlying the current context of COVID, the state of the Church in America is that somewhere between 65% and 85% or more need revitalization. For years, these [...]

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