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5 Things Your Church Needs to Spend MORE Money on Next Year

5. Coaching.

You are probably facing some challenges at your church as you look into the next year. Other churches have faced the same problems and overcome them. Really.

There are people who make themselves available through coaching relationships to help you overcome the next hurtle you are facing as a leader. The Kingdom needs your church to be firing on all cylinders … there is no virtue in spinning your tires for another year!

What if you hired a coach for this coming year to help you take your ministry to the next level?

The fact that it’s costing you money will help focus your attention on improving because you want to be a good steward.

You don’t need to go to another inspirational conference or read another blog post (ouch), but what you do need to do is to pick a strategy and execute on it. Coaches can help with that. (If you still don’t believe me … read this post from Thom Rainer.)

What would you add to this list?

What are areas that you have invested in that other church leaders might consider “extravagant” but have paid huge dividends toward your mission?

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Rich serves as Operations Pastor at Liquid Church in the Manhattan facing suburbs of New Jersey. He blogs at UnSeminary.com and is a sought after speaker and consultant on multisite, pastoral productivity and communications.