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Why People Like Starbucks More Than Your Church

Why People Like Starbucks More Than Your Church

Originally published on TonyMorganLive.com Did you know that Starbucks has provided clean water to Africa, organized local service projects, and even helped celebrate Christmas? For the next 5 minutes, let’s set aside any controversy and learn from an organization... read more
3 Keys to Make Your Church Board More Effective

3 Keys to Make Your Church Board More Effective

Originally published on TonyMorganLive.com Ask the average pastor for a list of greatest frustrations and the church board will likely be near the top. Many feel their board is stuck in traditional thinking, untrusting, and more of a restraint than an actual resource.... read more
2 Keys To Breaking Any Growth Barrier

2 Keys To Breaking Any Growth Barrier

Originally published on TonyMorganLive.com So often in conversations with church leaders, the topic of growth barriers comes up. Everyone feels like they’re stuck just below the 100/500/1,000/5,000/___0 barrier. Truthfully, there is nothing special about numbers that... read more
3 Ways Church Growth Often Results in a Loss

3 Ways Church Growth Often Results in a Loss

Every time your church grows larger, you run the risk of losing something. The loss is rarely noticeable for a while. Momentum and progress cover up the gap. But when the dust settles, those who have been around certainly notice the difference. The issue may show up... read more
5 Proven Strategies to Keep Your 2016 Resolutions

5 Proven Strategies to Keep Your 2016 Resolutions

It is impossible to lead a church with strategy if you are not leading yourself the same way. To improve self-leadership, many church leaders begin each year with resolutions to better themselves over the next 12 months. Yet many of those resolution are forgotten or... read more
4 Words That May Push Millennials From Your Church

4 Words That May Push Millennials From Your Church

Each time church leadership transitions from one generation to the next, outdated terms are exchanged for fresh language. New leaders find new words to present the same message to a new generation. Many churches no longer have “fellowship” though they still build... read more
Why Most Christmas Eve Services Are Setup To Fail

Why Most Christmas Eve Services Are Setup To Fail

Your church is probably investing a significant amount of time and money in a Christmas Eve service. Staff members have been planning it for weeks, maybe months. You’ve emphatically asked your congregation to invite friends and families. Print ads and billboards... read more

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