IGNITE AND REVITALIZE BLOG

 
 
Bi-weekly blog discussing topics related to health, efficiency, and growth of churches through the lens of church revitalization.

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Whose Job is It?: Articulation, Accountability, and Assessment in the Church

If you’ve ever heard or said the following, welcome to the world of church work:  “I thought you were supposed to do that,” “I’m just trying to stay in my lane to avoid an accident,” “That’s not my job!” 

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Three Inventories Every Church Member Should Take

Christians are not religious robots.  God provides us with free wills, personalities, and idiosyncrasies that compliment our human experiences.  By the same token,

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Working Smarter, Not Harder: SMART Goals and Accountability

Tell me if any of these church goals sound familiar:  “The goal of this activity is to raise

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Three Ds Every Church Leader Should Practice: Ditch, Deal, and Delegate

I’d like to talk about a topic that can affect a church’s forward momentum and can help avoid unnecessary stress among church leaders.  The three “D’s” of church leadership involve Ditch, Deal, and Delegate.


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The Psychology of Change in the Church: Three Things That Change Should Be

Change should be Bible-centered.  The inerrancy and eternality of scripture should always dictate our

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The Psychology of Change in the Church: Four Things That Change Is

One of the most dreadful, misunderstood, and inevitable six-lettered words of the human experience is change

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How Do We Do Church Revitalization?

Church revitalization occurs when church consultants create a profile, assessment, and action plan that incorporates three essential levels:


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Church Revitalization: the Elephant in the Room

Welcome to the premiere edition of Ignite and Revitalize, the church consultation arm of 365 Christ Centered Leadership, LLC.  This blog is a resource for church revitalization as we focus on “where Bible talk and church work converge.”

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