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A Healthy Team Ratio

Home > Blog > A Healthy Team Ratio A Healthy Team Ratio By New Churches Team Throughout your church there are a variety of teams. Primarily you have a pastor to staff, but you might also have any combination of staff to volunteers, leaders to coaches, ministry directors to coaches, […]

How Meetings Can Clarify Vision

by Shawn Lovejoy: Meetings are used for many things. One missed opportunity I see in many meetings is failing to communicate, clarify or rally around vision. In my book Be Mean About The Vision: Preserving and Protecting What Matters, I reveal the most crucial vision questions; and I’m giving them to […]

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Leading a Church for This Generation with Josh Finklea

by unSeminary: Thanks for joining us for this week’s unSeminary podcast. I’m excited to have Josh Finklea with us today. He’s the lead pastor at The Rock in South Carolina. With five campuses, The Rock is one of the fastest growing churches in the country. It attracts people from a […]

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Episode 446: What is the Best Leader to Team Member Ratio?

by NewChurches.com: In Episode 446 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Todd discuss leader to team member ratios. In This Episode, You’ll Discover: Why the ratio of 1:4-6 is appropriate for the entire leadership pipeline What to do if you are currently leading more than 6 people Shareable Quotes […]

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5 Overlooked Volunteer Recruiting Tactics for Your Church

by unSeminary: Your church moves forward largely on the backs of the volunteers you recruit. The local church is a volunteer engagement organization. At the center of any church staff members’ role is the recruitment, reward, and retention of a great volunteer team. Are you sharpening your skills when it […]

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How to Deal With Toxic People (7 Pro Tips)

by Carey Nieuwhof: Leadership would be so much easier, the saying goes, if it wasn’t for people. And topping of the list of difficult people to work with or lead is toxic people. The hard part is, as much as we might wish it was otherwise, toxic people are everywhere. […]

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Shaping Your Worship Culture

Home > Blog > Shaping Your Worship Culture September 11, 2019 Shaping Your Worship Culture By New Churches Team Selecting Worship Leaders As a church planter looking for the right worship leader, you must consider a person’s character, chemistry, capacity, and competency. Remember that worship leaders lead music, but worship […]

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Help Gaining Clarity in a 20 Year Old Church with Rick Raiford

by unSeminary: Thanks for joining us for this episode of the unSeminary podcast. This week we’re talking with Rick Raiford, the executive pastor at Daystar Church in North Carolina. Daystar started as a small country church in Greensboro, North Carolina and over the past twenty years has grown to become […]

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How You’re Holding Back Your Team & 4 Reasons to Release Them

This is a guest blog post by Jenni Catron. Jenni is Founder and CEO of The 4Sight Group and is a member of my new Speaking Team. You can book Jenni to consult with your team or speak at your next event here. By Jenni Catron Someone may be holding back your team. […]

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Two Things to Know for Back-to-School Time

by Bobby Harrington: First – Learn from Disciple Making Leader: Steve McCoy, the leader of Small Circle Steve is one of our trusted disciple-making partners. Here’s what he told us about his ministry during our interview with him: Tell us about the name of your ministry. Our organization is called Small […]