6 Ways Church Assessment can Change Your Church

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Failure to thoroughly or consistently review aspects of the church will have a negative impact on the organisation in multiple ways. In contrast, when a church embraces an intentional review process there are a number of benefits:

1. An intentional church assessment process provides key information that can be catalytic for the growth of the church.

2. An intentional church assessment process ensures the church does not drift from its mission.

3. An intentional church assessment process uses the vision as motivation for change.

4. An intentional church assessment process protects the culture by ensuring it is not neglected in the busyness of activity.

5. An intentional church assessment process will identify when the systems or structure are no longer serving the vision.

6. An intentional church assessment process creates accountability for the achievement of strategic goals.

4 Comments

  • Reply January 5, 2018

    Varnel Watson

    Street Preacherz would that even apply to your congregation off crack and on the bracelet ?

  • Reply January 5, 2018

    Street Preacherz

    Some days they want Jesus some days they don’t. The big fight is usually Monday. After family visits and gorging on video games and gangster rap. That is in this location.anyway. I have no idea about statistics. I will say this. It appears men must be won many times…

  • Reply January 5, 2018

    Varnel Watson

    hope you are not out in the cold Street Preacherz

  • Reply January 5, 2018

    Street Preacherz

    no sir… I’m with family tonight. Here in the city we have “warming rooms” very loose set up. No curfew. No breathalyzer. In and out as they please. But God willing no one will freeze to death tonight. Of course when a man drinks…

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