MyCom Podcast Ep. 008: How successful churches listen to their community
We are passionate about helping churches like yours get to know their communities so that you can speak life into them, in the power of the Spirit, with the tools and techniques with which the Lord has blessed us.
Resources mentioned in podcast:
- Questioning charity: Redefining the role of the church
- Pruning your programs to grow
- When to end a ministry or program
- Ask the right questions to make the right ministry investments
- Stop talking and start listening to your community
- Business and faith database: Match skills and needs
- The power of surveys: Discover needs and opportunities
- Google Alert
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Stop talking and start listening to your community
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The power of surveys: Discover needs and opportunities
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