Thursday, December 03, 2015
5 Questions to Ask Before You Attempt Church Revitalization
It seems every week a church contacts me to ask advice about church revitalization. I also frequently hear from pastors who are considering stepping into a role in church revitalization. I greatly appreciate the Kingdom platform God has given me – but sometimes it feels overwhelming – as if I have something to offer.
Frankly, I am still in the learning process.
But, we have learned a few things. And, we have had some success — twice in church planting and twice in church revitalization.
And, I fully believe we need lots of church revitalization. Read some of my thoughts about the need HERE.
The problem for me is it seems people often start the conversation at the wrong place. They start with the how and I want to start with the why – or maybe the what.
When people start to talk about the how of doing church revitalization – the things we have done or haven’t done – I always feel like we are putting the proverbial cart before the horse. We need to talk about what church you are going to attempt to revitalize – and why you are considering the move in the first place.
I think before you consider revitalization you need to first consider some broader questions. Read more
Posted by Robin G. Jordan at 10:57 AM