Church Growth Insights

17 Ways to Move Your Ministry Forward
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (5 ratings)
623 students
Church Growth Insights
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (5 ratings)
623 students
Insights on reaching new people and raising up leaders

Requirements

  • love Jesus and love people

Description

Discover how to reach out more effectively, make a difference in a changing neighborhood, retain visitors, raise up volunteers, align your staff, and experience ministry success in God's eyes. For the church planter, the young pastor, the seasoned pastor, the elder, and the church leader who wants to see the Church make disciples who make disciples.

Who this course is for:

  • pastors, church leaders, followers of Jesus

Course content

1 section • 18 lectures • 29m total length
  • The Goal of Church Growth
    01:00
  • A Successful Pastor Defined
    00:44
  • Maximizing the Impact of Sunday Services
    02:17
  • Gaining Momentum Through Sunday Services and Groups
    01:27
  • Overcoming Discouragement
    00:58
  • Defying Negative Christian Stereotypes
    01:27
  • The Dangers of Church Marketing
    01:14
  • Helping a Traditional or Resistant Church
    02:04
  • The Importance of Invitation
    01:30
  • Retaining New Visitors
    02:02
  • Recruiting More Volunteers
    01:46
  • Reaching a Changing Neighborhood
    01:16
  • Reaching New People Vs. Transfer Growth
    01:17
  • Staff Alignment
    01:57
  • For The Pastor Who Feels Irrelevant
    01:23
  • For the Young Pastor
    01:35
  • For the Elder Who Knows The Church Is Capable of More
    01:01
  • Be More Intentional With Those You Know
    04:41

Instructor

Dr. Eric Michael Bryant
Eric Bryant
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 7 Reviews
  • 631 Students
  • 2 Courses

Serving as the campus planting campus pastor at Gateway in South Austin, Eric is also on the Executive Team and Teaching Team with senior pastor John Burke.
Prior to Gateway, Eric served with Erwin McManus at Mosaic in Los Angeles for just over 12 years and as part of a church planting team in Seattle for 4 years.
Eric is author Not Like Me: Learning to Love, Influence, and Serve In Our Divided World, a book used by many small groups and as a sermon series.