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Taking Church to the next level-Part 2

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Powerpoint Study about Church growth. Part 2 of 4.

Powerpoint Study about Church growth. Part 2 of 4.

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  • 1. Part 2Taking South Shore Community Church to…
    THE NEXT LEVEL
  • 2. WHAT IS OUR CURRENT LEVEL AS A CHURCH ?
  • 3. Life Cycle of a Church
  • 4. WHERE ARE WE IN 2010 ?
    Consolidating
    Church
    Growing
    Church
    Declining
    Church
    Emerging
    Church
    Dying
    Church
  • 5. LEADING THROUGH THE DIFFERENT STAGES
    Leader you have to look out the windshield, not the rearview mirror, to go forward. – James Taylor
  • 6. LEADERSHIP TYPES
    Consolidating
    Church
    Growing
    Church
    Declining
    Church
    Emerging
    Church
    CATALYZER
    Dying
    Church
  • 7. CATALYZER
    A Catalytic leader is a person who has the ability to bring something into being that didn’t formerly exist
    In the business world is called an Entrepreneur
    They express ideas in very simple ways
    2% to 3% of all leaders
  • 8. LEADERSHIP TYPES
    Consolidating
    Church
    Growing
    Church
    Declining
    Church
    ORGANIZER
    CATALYZER
    Dying
    Church
  • 9. ORGANIZER
    Has the ability to take a disorderly organization and bring the pieces together maximizing the resources.
    They are multitaskers that juggle numerous programs, concerns and demands.
    10% to 15 % of all leaders
  • 10. LEADERSHIP TYPES
    Consolidating
    Church
    OPERATOR
    Declining
    Church
    ORGANIZER
    CATALYZER
    Dying
    Church
  • 11. OPERATOR
    They like to manage stable congregations by making small changes and maintaining systems at work.
    They do things correctly rather than doing the correct things. This leader loves reports, meetings and procedures
    An operator maintains or declines a Church but never grows much.
    75% to 80% of all pastors
  • 12. LEADERSHIP TYPES
    OPERATOR
    Declining
    Church
    ORGANIZER
    REORGANIZER
    CATALYZER
    Dying
    Church
  • 13. REORGANIZER
    When a Church enters in decline this leader is needed to refocus for the future.
    They are able to please long time members but simultaneously build a new congregation within the old wineskin.
    5% of all Church Leaders
  • 14. LEADERSHIP TYPES
    OPERATOR
    ORGANIZER
    REORGANIZER
    CATALYZER
    Dying
    Church
    SUPER REORGANIZER
  • 15. SUPER REORGANIZER
    Has the same skills of the Reorganizer but has the ability to revive things by radical change
    Rebirth needs desperate measures and this leader is willing to take risks.
    1% to 2% of all Church Leaders
  • 16. BREAKING THE DECLINING CYCLE
  • 17. RENEWAL
  • 18. CONSTANT RENEWAL
  • 19. WHAT IS OUR CURRENT LEVEL AS A CHURCH ?
  • 20. NEXT WEEK….
    • How to create growth cycles
    • 21. Feedback Loops…positive and negative