Summer Sermons Sale: My newest and best series – Over 75% OFF

Summer Sermons Sale

School’s out, temperatures are warming up and Summer is (almost) here — a great time to kick off planning for your Summer and Fall teaching series. So starting today you can choose from 24 of our best sermon series for over 75% off! Preaching sure requires a lot of advanced planning — but these resources will cut your planning time dramatically! I’ve already gone through my full library of powerful, “done-for-you” sermons to provide you with this list of … Read More


Sandra OlivieriChurch Systems - General, Ministry, Preaching

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My top 10 best strategic tools to solve problems and reduce stress (just $49)

As pastors, we’re now being challenged in new ways, with new decisions to make on an almost-daily basis. As we’re hearing often (to put it mildly) these are “unprecedented” times. Tough times like these call for better strategic thinking — so you can make those wise decisions that will lead you and your church down the right path. We need to have … Read More


Sandra OlivieriChurch Growth, Leadership, Strategy, Uncategorized

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What you need most at a time like this…($19 Leadership Skills)

$19 Leadership Skills

More than ever before, you’re being tested now as a church leader. Critical times like these call for next-level leadership. Challenging times like these are exactly when you need to focus on growing as a leader — to lead your church through this crisis and beyond. One of the best things you could be doing right now is to focus … Read More


Sandra OlivieriChurch Growth, Church Systems, Leadership, Uncategorized

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My Early Birthday Gift to You!

It’s my birthday this week (coming up this Saturday actually) and my team’s already been looking at ways to celebrate. But I’d rather make this about YOU. My birthday wish is that you experience massive growth in your church this fall – and into the new year! So here’s my (early) birthday gift to YOU: HALF OFF BIRTHDAY SALE –  … Read More


Nelson SearcyChurch Systems

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Different Kinds of Broken Systems

Today’s guest post is written by Seth Godin, writer, speaker, and self-proclaimed agent of change.  From healthy to toast… Something is broken, we know it’s broken, we can fix it right away and we’ll learn from it. It’s broken, we know it’s broken, we fixed it, don’t worry, but we learned nothing, it will break again, I’m just doing my … Read More


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The State of the American Church

Today’s guest post comes to us from Dr. Aubrey Malphurs, Founder and Visionary Leader of the Malphurs Group and the Senior Professor of Leadership and Pastoral Ministry at Dallas Theological Seminary. Dr. Malphurs offers deep insight on the decline of the American church and the urgent need for revitalization. The State of the American Church concerns me. 80-85% of churches are plateaued or … Read More


Nelson SearcyChurch Growth, Church Systems

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The (Huge) Responsibility of First-Time Guests

Creating an environment that makes your first-time guests feel both welcomed and respected is key to winning a return visit and beginning the process of assimilating them well. When God entrusts you with first-time guests, you face an incredible responsibility. A first-time guest wants to feel respected and welcomed. He wants to know that you are happy he’s there, and that … Read More


Nelson SearcyAssimilation

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12 Findings from Church Health Surveys

Today’s guest post is from Chuck Lawless, Professor of Evangelism and Missions and Dean of Graduate Studies at Southeastern University. Dr. Lawless presents a fascinating study on church health and how churches perceive themselves in several areas (including a few of the key church systems we champion here at Church Leader Insights). More than 15 years ago, Dr. Thom Rainer and I … Read More


Nelson SearcyChurch Systems

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Overcome Skepticism Through Consistency

Most of the people who walk through your door have been burned by church, negative press about the church or by a friend or family member in the name of religion. More than likely, they are skeptical and waiting for you to mess it up.    But when you give your first-time guests a consistent pre-service experience that makes them … Read More


Nelson SearcyAssimilation

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