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3 Steps to Welcoming Visitors at Your Church

Posted by: Scott Noble
Here are three quick tips on how to welcome visitors to your church. They might not apply to all churches, but they can give you some direction in how you approach the stranger at your door.
Post Date: 1/12/2017 Campaigns and Consulting, News

3 Steps to Help Your Church Strive in 2017

Posted by: Scott Noble
For those of us who love the church, the new year is also a great opportunity to assess your congregation’s health. If you’re looking for some ways to help your church strive in 2017, here are three tips to get you started.
Post Date: 1/04/2017 Campaigns and Consulting, News

3 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Church

Posted by: Scott Noble
If individual resolutions can have such encouraging results, just think what would happen if an entire church committed to New Year’s resolutions! Here are three resolutions your church can make in 2017.
Post Date: 12/13/2016 News, Stewardship and Generosity

3 Steps to Building Your Church’s Strategic Plan

Posted by: Scott Noble
If your church hasn’t yet developed a strategic plan, here are three questions to consider as you get started.
Post Date: 12/07/2016 Campaigns and Consulting, News, Stewardship and Generosity

5 Ways to Live Generously this Christmas

Posted by: Scott Noble
This year, don’t let the spirit of Christmas get extinguished amidst all the other noise. In addition to celebrating Christ’s birth, try to adopt the attitude and lifestyle of Jesus, the one whose birth we celebrate.
Post Date: 11/30/2016 News, Stewardship and Generosity, Stories

4 Ways to Make Your Church Intergenerational

Posted by: Scott Noble
Regardless of the church and its context, one way to strengthen the church is to find ways to combine generations into one cohesive body—making it stronger.
Post Date: 11/17/2016 Campaigns and Consulting, News, Stories

4 Reasons Your Church Is Ready for Expansion

Posted by: Scott Noble
Your church is ready to move forward on a major project. You think you’re ready, but you want to make sure you are not getting ahead of yourselves. But how do you know if you have asked—and answered—all the right questions?
Post Date: 11/09/2016 Campaigns and Consulting, News, Stewardship and Generosity

The American Church: Healthy or Hurting?

Posted by: Scott Noble
Is the U.S. church healthy or hurting? A recent Barna Group study titled “The State of the Church 2016” reveals some interesting data.
Post Date: 11/02/2016 Campaigns and Consulting, News

3 Questions Every Church Should be Asking

Posted by: Scott Noble
While business-type measurements--attendance, giving, program health,etc.--are fine for their purposes, ask your church these three questions to determine its spiritual health.
Post Date: 10/27/2016 Campaigns and Consulting, News, Stewardship and Generosity

3 Reasons We Need the Church—Now More Than Ever

Posted by: Scott Noble
In light of the challenges in today's world, here are three reasons why the church is essential to our lives—maybe now more than ever!
Post Date: 10/19/2016 Campaigns and Consulting, News, Stories

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