We get a lot of questions through Church Answers and at the blog. Today, we take time to answer some of the unique ones we receive.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
- If you’re not intentional about being outwardly focused, a small group can easily become a small clique.
- Technology provides churches opportunities to reach and disciple people in ways that were previously not available.
- It’s better to decide on a staffing structure and hire according to that rather than just hiring people and coming up with a structure after the fact.
The six questions we answer are:
- How do you do a psychiatric hospital visit?
- Can small groups become small cliques?
- What do I do if my receptionist/assistant (female) and I (male) are the only people who work in the church offices?
- What new media and technology is gaining traction in churches?
- What is text giving and how does it work?
- How do you staff in a multisite church?
Resources mentioned in today’s podcast
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