Our work is focused on ensuring each church has healthy leadership that is part of a high performing team that can generate a clear vision of what fulfilling their mission looks like. The approach can include:
Sense of Community
Alignment with the church’s Code
Relationship with our leaders – Calling
Mission participation – Cause
Welcome or resistance to Change
Apart from the TCI, the Discovery process also incorporates interviews with the pastor and key staff, congregation focus groups and an understanding of community demographics.
Every team has its strong points but a team’s strengths can only be fully realized when the strengths of each team member are acknowledged and fully leveraged. We use engaging, fun, and insightful tools to help each member of your team gain fresh understanding about their own individual talents and strengths and how those can be used to accomplish the team’s mission while providing personal joy and satisfaction. Armed with this awareness of both individual and collective talents, your team will function at a greater capacity than ever before!
Have you had enough of “strategic planning?” (Us, too!) The Transforming Church Visioning process is a unique methodology that goes deeper than battle plans and five-year action agendas. A Transforming Church facilitator is your guide, in person.
Share the Transforming Church visioning process with neighbor churches or denominational partners. Let your key leaders mix with others. It’s the Transforming Church Visioning process done in community with other churches.
Personal coaches from the Transforming Church team help leaders mobilize their unique talents to create a fully engaged ministry team, and find deep satisfaction by fulfilling their calling plus the mission of the organization.
Discover you’re not alone! Experience Transforming Church coaching in an interactive environment that lets you listen—and participate—as multiple leaders gather together for hands-on coaching.
Capital Stewardship Campaigns
You already know this: it’s about more than the money. The transformational element is aligning your church’s DNA with the aspirations of the entire congregation. Find out how.