8 habits of highly effective churches

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8 Habits of Highly Effective Churches

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Church Growth Through the Years 1960’s - Door to Door 1970’s - Bus Ministry and Sunday School 1980’s - Charismatic Renewal and Church Growth Movement 1990’s - Praise /Worship and Media 2000’s – Duplication/Seeker Driven Small Groups 2010+ - THE HUB

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How have the American cultural changes affected the church and how has the church answered the call? The churches growing the fastest in this decade are the ones who do SMALL the best. These are the contributing factors to their growth… Multiple Worship Services with Time Choices Small Group Ministries Family Life Centers Video Venues Communal Life Family Emphasis Social Interaction

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The average seating capacity of the largest worship service was 1,200 . Only 4% of mega churches have sanctuaries of 3,000 seats or more.

8 Habits of Highly Effective Churches:

8 Habits of Highly Effective Churches Prayer Leadership Development Image Driven Lay Ministry Empowerment Community Involvement and Visibility Worship Assimilation Vision

Prayer:

Prayer Prayer must be organized. Prayer must be visible Who is the leader? Prayer Chains Prayer Groups Prayer Chains Prayer Pagers

Leadership Development:

Leadership Development There is always some type of training program for leaders. There is a screening process for leaders. Repetition

Verse:

Verse IMAGE DRIVEN E P I C Experience God Participation Imagine Driven Connectivity

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Components that Effect the Mood

Lay Ministry Empowerment:

Lay Ministry Empowerment Recruit Train Release

Community Involvement and Visibility:

Community Involvement and Visibility Visible and appealing community mission programs. Highly visible Foreign Missions program. Planned and organized Evangelism Days.

Worship :

Worship Must be modeled by the leadership. Must be a high priority in the worship service. Must be intentional. Must be genuine. Must have FLOW! Must be engaging.

Assimilation :

Assimilation Collecting Information Follow Up Program Get Connected Friendly and well trained hospitality. 7% National Average with an effective assimilation program. ACS software

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Vision

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The church begins with a Vision V Vision Cycles Birth V = Vision R = Relationships P = Programs M = Management

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V+R V V = Vision R = Relationships P = Programs M = Management Vision Cycles The church then grows Relationships

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V, R+P V+R V V = Vision R = Relationships P = Programs M = Management Vision Cycles From relationships, Programs Are Developed

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V, R, P+M DANGER OF PLATEAU V, R+P V+R V V = Vision R = Relationships P = Programs M = Management Vision Cycles A Management Structure is Implemented

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V, R, P+M V, R+P V+R V V = Vision R = Relationships P = Programs M = Management Vision Cycles Decline Without renewed Vision the church will decline

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V, R, P+M V, R+P V+R V V = Vision R = Relationships P = Programs M = Management Vision Cycles Loss of Vision Relationships, Programs and Management Remain R,P,M(-V)

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V, R, P+M V, R+P V+R V V = Vision R = Relationships P = Programs M = Management Vision Cycles Loss of Programs Institution only exists to create a job for management. R, P, M P, M M

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