Download these in-depth practical articles on church health and effectiveness...no strings attached! Use them for “conversation-starters” with your leaders and teams.

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This 12-page article explores the role of church boards from a Biblical and practical perspective. Board leadership naturally changes as a church grows--is it time to redefine the purpose and calling of your board?

Developing "leaders of leaders" is a challenge for any church. In this 6-page exploration of how effective delegation works, we take an in-depth look at the "Delegation Spectrum"...from Domination to Abdication to true Empowerment.

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What do visitors experience when they visit your weekend church services? This 5-page article describes 5 essential "intangibles" that determine the "vibe" your church gives. Regardless the size or stripe of your church, these universal values define the atmosphere of your worship services.

Every healthy and effective church has four critical traits. Ensuring they are balanced and active in their churches is a "leadership challenge". Discover these elements in this 7-page overview from the Elemental Churches Field Guide, part of the Elemental Churches Inventory.

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Tackling the first of the four elements of healthy and effective churches, this 6-page report describes "organizational integrity" and why it's critical for every church. Portions are excerpted from the Elemental Churches Field Guide, part of the Elemental Churches Inventory.

Every successful leader we’ve known had a fire in their belly for a mission that ignited in others a sense of empowerment and accomplishment. Passion is absolutely critical for any organization. Explore not just why but how in this 5-page overview.

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When Jesus said, “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many” (Mark 10:45), he was downloading the operating system of the Church. How well have we discipled the people in our communities to function like that?

The 4th element from the Elemental Church Inventory is the often overlooked trait of Imagination. Imagination refers to the “change capacity” of a church. Churches that struggle with implementing changes in methodologies will have limited success in reaching a rapidly shifting world.

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