Preaching leads people to say, “That’s right. I need to change.” Teaching can lead people to say, “He’s right. That’s a good point.”
I default toward teaching so this is a challenge for me.
REMEMBER THE PEOPLE YOU’RE TRYING TO REACH
The church is still one of the few organizations that exists for the sake of its non-members.
Doubt that? Well, aren’t you glad someone didn’t decide the church was done before you were introduced to the love of Jesus.
For sure you need to care for the people you have, but never to the exclusion of the people you’re called to reach.
Churches that over-focus on the needs of insiders will eventually only have insiders. And when that happens, you missed the mission.
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It’s designed to help your church break through the growth barrier you’re stuck at, whether that barrier is 50, 100, 200, 300 or even 700.
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The course is designed to help churches that are reaching some new families but not really seeing an increase in overall attendance change that, so they engage the people they reach and move their mission forward.
Almost always, there are eight invisible barriers that are holding churches back. I cover each of them in the course.
So why did I call the course Breaking 200? Because 200 is the attendance barrier 85 percent of churches never get past. And the barrier is so breakable.
I show you and your team exactly how to structure for growth. I know, because I led my team past the 50, 100, 200, 500, 800 and 1,000 attendance barrier and beyond. I’d love to help yours.
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What are you seeing in terms of churches that are reaching people and those that aren’t?
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