The popularity of mid-size churches is growing. Mid-size churches are too big for one person to lead but not big enough for a full staff. These churches have unique leadership challenges and opportunities. On this episode, Thom and Sam discuss some tips for leaders in mid-size churches. Metrics, delegation, and the ability to pivot are especially important.
- Shift your mindset: Mid-size churches are too big for one person to lead but not big enough for a full staff
- Monitor the right metrics and use quarterly trends to help guide decisions
- Be willing to pivot when programs or ministries struggle
- Delegate as you encourage and equip
- Have a specific local focus that sets your church apart
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