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At Church Community Builder, our journey will always be about trying to provide insight that helps you, as church leaders, be more effective. We are so much more than a software company! God has blessed us with a lot of amazing people who have experience in church leadership and a tremendous heart for the local church (and church leaders like you!). This blog is inviting you into the conversations we have on a daily basis. We want to hear your voice as you lead from the frontlines of Kingdom work!

How to Know Which Metrics Matter Most to Your Church

Quick — which metrics do you track within your church? 

If you can answer that question easily, then we’ve got another one for you: What are they telling you?

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How to Make First-Time Givers Know You Care

 

If you’ve been reading our blog for any period of time, we hope you’ve picked up on our commitment to helping churches steward their people as effectively as they steward their money. We firmly believe that if you care for your people well, their giving will naturally follow. That’s nothing new — it’s just good stewardship of everything God’s given you.

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4 Things You Have to Believe to Lead a Generous Church

Few people like to talk about money. Even fewer like to ask for money. But if your church is going to continue to grow in ministry effectiveness, you’ve got to get comfortable with it. And if your church is going to not only grow, but thrive, you’ve got to get good at it. Thankfully, getting ‘good’ at talking about money can be as simple as shifting your perspective just a bit. When you ditch the mindset that giving is a ‘have to’ of Christian life, and instead begin to believe it’s a ‘get to’ that shows people have truly embraced the generosity of God in all areas of their lives, talking about money becomes something entirely different.

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Is Your Ministry a Forest or a Garden?

How much time are you spending ‘tending’ your individual ministries?

As we work with churches to help them grow their ministries, we find that many church leaders are investing thousands of hours every year on their individual ministry efforts. They’re recruiting volunteers, they’re scheduling facilities, they’re creating communications about ministry activities and dealing with the dozens of administrative details that come with trying to create an active, engaged community of believers. And they’re often burning themselves out in the process.

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