Thursday, June 22, 2017
5 Ways To Lead When You Have No Money Or Team
I recently surveyed over 1400 pastors of small to mid-sized churches to find out what they struggled with.
I ran the survey to collect input for a new online course I’m releasing this fall called Breaking 200 Without Breaking You, all about breaking the 200 attendance barrier, something 85% of churches never do. (You can sign up to get on the inside track for the course release here.)
Man, I learned a ton from that survey.
One of the common refrains leaders voiced was uncertainty about how to lead when they didn’t have much money or the right team.
After all, most of us visit mega-churches and think if I only had a tenth of their money and their people, it would instantly solve my problems. And then we go back to our own context and get almost instantly depressed.
So when you have almost no money for ministry and you clearly haven’t got the right kind of people in the room, where do you start?
Believe it or not, neither condition is fatal to your cause. In fact, almost every great movement, church or organization you admire started with no money and no people.
So how can you lead when resources are scarce to non-existent?
There are at least five things you can do to help you find traction. Read More
Posted by Robin G. Jordan at 7:56 PM