Category: Church Staff
I heard a phrase on a business radio program that I wasn’t familiar with…
It was explained that quite often, an organization or department can add to its effectiveness by actually taking someone off the team (not replacing them). I understand the genius of less is more, but addition by subtraction?… awesome idea!
Here are 3 things you may need to subtract (take away) from your church if it’s not moving…
I recently took my son on a trip to NY for his 18th birthday.
I’m a small town guy and, honestly, big cities make me nervous and give me a desire to seek the first train out. While I was there, though, I did learn a few lessons on our short visit.
Church systems are important.
The systems you have in place in your church or even in your business are the foundation for all the good stuff that is going to come. Without a system in place, we don’t know where to put the issues that come up, the wins that we see, and the problems that pop up. Systems are the grid behind what we do.
So. When it comes to church systems, remember,..
What I mean is it’s better to have a semi good system in place than to have no system in place at all. If you get something going, you can always make changes later… you can always try to fix it. If you have nothing in place, you have nothing to fix and nothing to help you solve the problems and holes that you find.
“They have eyes, and yet they don’t see.” Many leaders don’t see the fruit that is about to manifest in those around them, all they can see is the tree. But, a tree can look strong, weak, ugly or handsome but that’s just the tree, the real test is what will they put forth. Especially in a small town… I’ve found there are three kinds of people (trees) that I have to constantly be on the look out for in order for our church to go where God intends it to go, they are…