Welcome to Church Leader Insights. This week we have some great reading that you will enjoy.
It’s easy to get so busy doing ministry that you don’t take the time to evaluate your ministry.
But evaluation is how you get better.
It’s like your annual physical. No one wants to get a check-up, blood work, and maybe a test or two, but that’s how you learn what you need to know.
Then, of course, you need to act on what you learn.
The 4-point plan to get better:
- Ask the right questions.
- Give honest answers in a group process.
- Determine the best-prioritized plan for improvement.
- Take action.
It starts with asking the right questions.
8 good questions that will help your ministry get better:
1) How is the unique culture of your church helping you make progress?
Sam Chand wrote an excellent book titled Breaking Your Church’s Culture Code. He states that more than vision, programs, money, or staff, culture has the greatest impact on your church’s future.