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Home -- Decision-making Summaries

our survey report will typically include a written analysis of your data, enabling you to make the best use of your survey results. Every written analysis reviews the report's graphs and charts, seeking to bring the information to you in a clear and useful format. Each report features practical decision-making summaries, such as those in The Ministry Management Survey report:

Sample Decision-making Summaries:
Balance
Capital Campaign Readiness
Church Choice
Church Health
Cultivation / Assimilation

Demographic Comparison
Church Growth
Mission Statement Review
Overall Summary
People Groups
  • Demographic Comparison
    Comparing your congregation to your community. Is your congregation more married than the community? More single? Less educated or more educated?? This summary compares such things as: age, marital status, income, education, employment, number of school-aged children...
  • Balance
    Balance between ministry emphases: in, up, & out-reach (worship, edification, and evangelism).
  • Mission Statement Review
    Your mission statement is evaluated and broken down into its primary components. Each component is shown with the corresponding survey variables that help you evaluate mission success.
  • People Groups
    Who the major people groups are in your congregation, and what percentage of your congregation is represented by each.
  • Cultivation / Assimilation
    How well cultivated, or assimilated is your congregation, and what percentage of your congregation would be considered very well assimilated, well assimilated, somewhat assimilated, and not assimilated. Also, what each of these groups think about key items in the survey.
  • Church Growth
    As a congregation grows, often those who are new to the church are different from those who are already established in the church. If the newcomers are significantly different from those already established, they will eventually change the personality of your congregation. This summary shows how the "new berries" are different from the "old berries."
  • Capital Campaign Readiness - (Church Development)
    Key components that affect a campaign's success are evaluated, including: potential (financial potential), perceived need (how "necessary" the congregation believes the project to be) and prevailing attitudes (attitudes towards leadership, the church's handling of finances, etc.).
  • Church Choice
    The most influential and least influential reasons why families have chosen your church.
  • Church Health
    Summaries that are typically used by church leaders in strategic or ministry planning are utilized to help you evaluate your church's health and balance. The survey information is evaluated using criteria from: The Purpose Driven Church, Natural Church Development, and The 12 Keys to Effective Church Ministry.
  • Overall Summary
    Strengths and concerns noted throughout the report are summarized for quick reference in planning.
 

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