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As a new pastor, gaining a better understanding of your flock
ure, you've heard what the Pastoral Search Committee has told you about the church. Plus you have your own insights that you've gained throughout the interview process. But to get the quickest leg up into the saddle, a comprehensive Ministry Management Survey is the best way to gain a clear and accurate understanding of your new congregation. Ask us today how this can help.

Predicting how rapid growth is changing or will change the culture of your church
When your church is growing by 15 or 20% a year, within 3 years half of your congregation will be new. It may take you a while to determine what this new crowd is like, and how they will change the culture of your church. Either a comprehensive survey or a demographic comparison survey will give you an accurate picture of how those who are new to your church (2 years or less) are like or unlike your established congregation. This is important information for planning!

Sidestepping agendas
Sometimes it seems that everybody has a plan for your church. When some of those are vocal leaders within the congregation it makes it difficult to lead. The last thing you want them to do is to create a survey to find out if others agree with their agenda. The best thing you can do is to do a comprehensive survey that may, or may not, include their agenda. Either way, it's hard to argue with black and white answers of those who aren't as convinced about their ideas.

Identifying strengths that can be used to propel your ministry forward
Leveraging strengths will move a ministry forward much quicker than struggling to overcome weaknesses. Because of this it is important to view the facts from a position of strengths. A comprehensive Church Health or Ministry Management Survey will give you a list of strengths. If there are concerns, you will find them too, but they should not be your focus unless they keep you for effective ministry.

 

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  • "We thought your survey was extremely helpful as we made decisions about a capital campaign, as well as established improvement goals. Your willingness to adapt your survey questions to our specific needs was particularly appreciated. Very satisfied, would use your service again."
    Allen Nielsen,
    Tucson, AZ

     
     
     


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