COULD YOUR CHURCH HAVE THE WRONG TYPE OF CHURCH PROGRAMS?

ARE YOU A PASTOR OR PART OF A MINISTRY TEAM WRESTLING

with routine, long-standing church programs that have flatlined and volunteers feeling burnout?  Are you struggling to identify the right programs to reach your community that can remove the invisible “member’s only” sign at the church door? 

Learn and integrate The Stranger to Neighbor Experience Blueprint in 5-Weeks. Pivot from a schedule of programs to a dynamic mission-building plan of action.  Feel new life flow through your church, energize conversations, build new relationships, and jumpstart fresh volunteers to serve. Experience new partnerships in Spirit-led missions and transformational change through Christ-like outreach.

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MODULE 1: LIGHTS ON!

Discover the four relationships that will supercharge your congregation to experience new clarity in spiritual formation and growth.

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MODULE 2:  SPEAK TRUTH TO POWER

Learn how to ask the right questions and engage conversations that guide you to hear all voices so you can open your church doors, build community trust, and evangelize with more community engagement.

MODULE 3: FOCUSISITY  

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Shift your focus from a transactional ministry mindset to transformational ministry experiences that deliver “WOW!” discipleship outreach every time.

Module 4: LIVE YOUR MINISTRY!    

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Create your ESSENTIAL MINISTRY BLUEPRINT so that your church ministries experience deeper connections with your community. Next, systematically evaluate new and existing programs for repeatable ministry success

Published by Dr. Daynette Snead Perez

Rev. Daynette Snead lives in Eastern North Carolina, believes "Reaching across ethnic, generational and gender boundaries is an intentional ministry to be pursued with our hearts," and serves as the Associate Pastor of First Chin Baptist Church, a Burmese Refugee Community. She is a Licensed Christian Coach helping leadership and congregations embrace and move towards cross-cultural ministry. Daynette is a 2019 Doctor of Ministry cohort at Gardner-Webb University.

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