Jim Tomberlin is founder and senior strategist of
MultiSite Solutions, a company dedicated to
assisting churches in multiplying their impact.
Over three decades of diverse ministry, Jim
has pastored a church in Germany, grown a
megachurch in Colorado and pioneered the
multisite strategy for Willow Creek Community
Church in Chicago. Jim is the author of “125 Tips for MultiSite Churches” and co-author of “Better Together: Making Church Mergers Work.”
Jim is based in Scottsdale, AZ. You can email him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org,
subscribe to his MultiSightings blog or follow him on Twitter at @MultiSiteGuy or @MergerGuru.
South Bend City Church—a 4-year-old church that draws on a number of Christian traditions for its music, messages and mantras — has been meeting at the minor league ballpark since the novel coronavirus pandemic threw a curveball into large gatherings like worship services.
While our ultimate desire is to hear God say, “Well done, good and faithful servant,” we all also want to hear our children say, “Well done, good and faithful father” or “Well done, good and faithful mom.”