Tag: next steps
A way to add new volunteers to your teams this year that you are probably overlooking.
By Greg Curtis: Let’s face it. 2020 has taken a huge bite out of our volunteer apple. As churches cautiously regather, many volunteers have chosen not to return because… The spike in COVID makes them afraid to regather They are in a high risk demographic They are moving away due […]
Ideas and strategies for church guests in the "New Normal".
by Greg Curtis: It’s a humbling experience to be speaking alongside thought leaders of this caliber. I am so excited about this conference and the help it will give to all of us who strive to serve and connect guests….and it’s coming in just a few weeks from now! […]
Next Steps You Can Take During this Pandemic
By: New Life Christian Church It has been almost 5 months since this pandemic has impacted and altered our way of life in so many ways. That is almost half a year! And, by the look of it, this pandemic will continue to impact us for many more months to […]
5 Ways To Know Someone Is Ready For A Next Step
By: Stan Rodda Every now and then someone has asked me a question along these lines, “How do I know when someone is ready to be discipled?” The short answer is simply discernment. We need to be in tune enough with the Holy Spirit to know when someone near us […]
How to Help People Take Next Steps During COVID-19
Home > Blog > How to Help People Take Next Steps During COVID-19 How to Help People Take Next Steps During COVID-19 By New Churches Team Today, it’s hard to imagine planning for after COVID-19, but it’s important to consider church life and helping our people take their next steps. […]
Two principals I learned in Jerusalem that will help you connect new people at your church
by Greg Curtis: Here is a photo of Michelle and I once we made it down the long road to the Church of All Nations in the Garden of Gethsemane. We are standing in front of what is the oldest Olive Tree in the garden, around a thousand years old. […]
7 Other Weekend Metrics Church Leaders Should Study Regularly
by Rich Birch: Too often, church leaders only pay attention to weekend attendance and revenue patterns at their churches. Sometimes these numbers are referred to as “nickels and noses” or maybe the slightly more vulgar “butts and bucks.” However, there are many other factors to consider if we’re trying to […]