4 Factors in Phenomenal Church Growth: Part VI

Posted: September 23, 2009 in Church Leadership, Random


You aren’t likely to find an orange tree orchard in New Jersey, nor are you going to see Redwoods in Miami.  Some things just don’t match up because of the economy, weather, population, or history.  You can’t excuse yourself and just say it’s church, or it’s exciting, or it will be so good it won’t matter.

The data that a church planter should consider should be similar to the amount that large corporations look over.  There are reasons why companies collect data on consumer spending, buying trends, and economic conditions before they open another location or add a line of clothing.  They don’t want to make multi-million dollar mistakes.

Fast growing churches can be planted right between two other church buildings…if it’s the right place for this kind of church. An aggressive pastor shouldn’t excuse themselves from considering these factors in favor of a strong faith.  Facts are your friends!!


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