Free eBook! The 5 Steps to Revitalize Your Church

Free eBook! The 5 Steps to Revitalize Your Church

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3 reasons why this eBook is a must-read if you’re a church leader or member:

  1. Quick, succinct transformation “blueprint” your church can easily follow
  2. An excellent summary of all the prior blog posts in this series – unveiling the reasons why so many churches in America today are struggling
  3. A great preview of what’s to come in the blog series – including additional solutions we haven’t yet revealed on the blog

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After a decade of management consulting to Fortune 1000 companies and another decade working with churches across the country…

…it turns out organizational behavior best practices, which align very well with Biblical principles, held the key all along to why the Church has been struggling.  There is a fundamental, flawed assumption underlying nearly every decision most churches make today.  The prevailing church growth model in America violates the guiding principle of successful organizations, including the early Church.  Only recognizing and rectifying this faulty premise can reverse the decline.  Treating symptoms won’t do it.  Turning the tide requires uncovering and dealing with the core, underlying issue…

To learn more click the link below to download…

The 5 Steps to Revitalize Your Church

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The 5 Steps to Revitalize Your Church

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Root cause for the Church's decline & its path to Revitalization

“Any organization not focused on its customers, or focused on the wrong customers, cannot succeed.” – Jim Morgan