4 Factors in Phenomenal Church Growth: Part III

Posted: September 22, 2009 in Church Leadership, Random

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You will never catch the leaders by doing things they way they did it.  When you do it, it will be predictable and boring.  Which means, nobody will care, or you will muddy up the waters and confuse people.

You can’t expect to open a successful non-franchised burger chain in between Wendy’s, Burger King, McDonald’s and Sonic…unless you are Five Guys Burgers.  Seriously, why are people trying to do the exact same thing when it comes to church.  Start a church with jeans, rock band, casual dress, coffee and Danishes for the 15th time in the same community?  People aren’t going to pay attention unless its different, new, exciting.

Acworth, Georgia needs another church like a Kobayashi needs another hotdog.  However, pastors seem to be attracted to the big houses of Bent Water and are looking to get a piece of the action.  Consequently, in an area overly saturated with church plants, the planters keep coming.

When Oak Leaf Church and Westridge Church started in adjacent areas, they began with a bang and sustained their lead in reaching the people that nobody else was reaching.  It was because they were the only experience like it in the whole county.

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