While there’s plenty of information out there about the best way to do certain church ministry systems, here is the only resource that guides you to build all eighteen of them step by step. Written for implementers who work along side the pastor to build ministry stystems, this book follows the premise that there is no one right way to do any church ministry system. Many churches have incomplete systems, even MIA ones.
If you are at a loss how to go about creating a leadership training process, laying out a pathway for discipleship, becoming evangelistically effective, aligning your ministries with your vision and a myriad of other critical issues that help your church make and retain more disciples, then this guidebook will make it possible for you to build these structures within your congregation.
Perhaps you’ve hit a wall in your growth and want to push forward to reach your neighborhood with the gospel. How will you find more space in your facility, quickly connect visitors into the relational life of the congregation, or tweak your decision making process to match the emerging needs you face? Increasing capacity is a systemic issue. You will find help in this manual.
Developed over 15 years working with many styles of churches, this workbook is filled with theological and practical questions and places to write out your plan, without long chapters of wordy instructions. Whether you are planting a new church or seeking renewal in one long established, the Increasing Church Capacity Guidebook will help you build the healthy ministry systems your church needs.