Churches who want to become healthier often need outside eyes and a fresh perspective. Today, we discuss how consultants (interventionists) can help.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
- Interventions need to come earlier rather than later because it’s often too late if you wait.
- Church consultants aren’t just for dying churches.
- The number one reason churches bring in a consultant for advice is for facility issues.
- Churches are no longer homogeneous and that makes it more difficult to plug and play programs.
The seven reasons we discuss are:
- Sharper declines
- Stigma is not as great
- The issue of crossroads
- The multisite phenomenon
- Help in interim periods
- Word of mouth success
- The decline of many denominations
Resources mentioned in today’s podcast
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