It's all about the points of contact. You know that every person who walks in the door has a face and a name. You want them to know they matter to you. You're aware that this can have a tangible impact on how well people engage with your church and with God long term.

Building Buildings Is Easier Than Building People

How to Spot Your Next Great Leader

How You Lead Matters

Growing your church one experience at a time

7 questions to ask about mobile apps

How to build a strong and diverse ministry staff

Could mobile become your church’s new ‘welcome center’ in 2016?

5 resources to help you make more disciples in 2016

The most important thing church leaders can do during the holiday season

What Christmas Eve is like for church leaders

Reaching church members in an app-centric world

How is your guest follow-up going?

How to define and measure every level of member engagement

Advancing Your Mission Through Better Dashboards

Build community with guests before converting them

Mobile is changing the way church leaders do ministry

2 principles for identifying and developing great leaders

10 practical ways to protect your vision for ministry

7 reasons you need absolute clarity about who your church is trying to reach

5 Followup Processes Every Church Needs to Define

3 principles for retaining church members (and how to implement them)

Sharpening our saws, serving you better!

4 questions to help you evaluate your church’s connection process

Webinar: 5 Essential Tests for Churches Who Want to Grow

How to Connect the Dots Between Attendance and Active Ministry Engagement

4 Ways Church Leaders Can Structure Organic Community

Does your church’s connection process matter … really?

Partner Spotlight: Church rallies an entire community around a special need

The value of coaching in ministry

What every executive pastor should know about retaining first-time guests

“What makes your church different?” — a question every church leader must answer

One word that will increase your ministry impact in 2015

Five resources to overcome the most difficult ministry challenges in 2015