Pt. 3 – Four Ways to Cut the Cord on a Dying Ministry Program

Guilt.  Fear.  Frustration.  Failure.  Anxiety.  A Loss of Identity.  These are just a few of the emotions felt when even considering removing a ministry program that’s long-established. As a result,  these are the real emotions that must be kindly calmed to make a necessary change, regardless of your opinion of a program.

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Pt. 2 – 4 Ways to Cut the Cord on a Dying Ministry Program

Ministry was taking place, relationships were flourishing, and the people who participated in the work were engaged in a healthy community. But then things changed.

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4 Ways To Cut the Cord On A Dying Ministry Program

Unhealthy programs, processes, and personal preferences drag down a church’s financial, emotional, and personnel resources; therefore, sometimes it is necessary to cut them loose. The question then becomes how do I cut something loose without getting strung up in the process.

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A Mission without Organization is Aimless: 3 Essential Areas for Church Organization

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4 Needs of the Community Surrounding Your Church

Just as any good business needs to know the needs of their community to provide goods or services to meet those needs churches need to know what the community needs in the context of where God has placed them.

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Responding to an Antagonistic Culture

There seems to be a different approach to handling antagonistic attitudes in today’s church culture than in the time of the apostles. To many church-goers, the solution to viewpoints that contradict their own is to sign a petition or rely on government officials to make the right call. For others, they are turning to activism and protests to make the difference for their viewpoint. But there is only one problem, none of it seems to be working.

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