The Simple Power of Focusing on One Thing in a Revitalization

February 21, 2019
Episode #81
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Focusing on one thing makes you make decisions on both what to do and what not to do. That often leads to greater results.

Some highlights from today’s episode:

  • Many church leaders do not feel like they are accomplishing something unless they are busy.
  • Church outreach programs and ministries need time to take root. They often produce long term results.
  • When our lives get complex, we tend to panic, get frustrated, or withdraw.
  • Small ministry wins in a church can create excitement and momentum for even bigger growth.

The six reasons that we discuss are:

  1. You have to begin somewhere
  2. Complexity leads to confusion and complacency
  3. Helps the heart and attitude of the leader
  4. The power of low-hanging fruit
  5. Makes you focus on what really matters
  6. Helps you to say no

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Revitalize & Replant is sponsored by the North American Mission Board and ChurchReplanters.com. More than 10% of churches in North America are at risk of closing and the North American Mission Board is committed to reversing this trend by decreasing the death rate of existing churches while simultaneously increasing the birth rate of new churches. To learn more about what it means to become a replanting pastor or to explore resources for replanting and revitalization in your own church, visit ChurchReplanters.com.

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