Sites & Plants
“Oh, we’ll never be a multi-site. We’re too small.” Not so. Church mergers are happening all the time, making for a strong union of two like churches. Or a church might plant a sister church in a nearby community, reaching out to a different racial mix. What are the strategies?
Upcoming on September 24--Fletch will talk with Warren Bird and Jim Tomberlin about the preliminary findings on "Church Mergers" for those who participated in their online survey. Bird and Tomberlin write: Have you experienced [...]
In his first book, Tim Beltz guides the church planter on a profound yet simple journey to establish a new church—both legally and above reproach. Charting the Course is a practical and relevant guide [...]
Rich Birch was a featured speaker at the 2018 XP-Seminar. Enjoy this great article from him ... and join us at the next XP-Seminar. Rich has plenty of experience in ministry, business and coaching [...]
John Cissel of Visioneering Studios talks about new uses of church property. This involves churches doing joint ventures with developers for impacting a church’s local community. The issue is how to build church facilities in expensive urban [...]
One of the challenges of launching a church or multisite campus in a rented space is finding an excellent location where you can maximize the worship, children’s, and first impressions experiences. Schools seem to be [...]
The church building and religious-use facility industry is being dramatically and permanently altered by factors that began emerging at the dawn of the 21st century. In 1989, popular author Ken Follett wrote a riveting best-selling [...]