How To Grow Your Church Membership

Why only a few first time visitors or guests come back and become church members? This is happening in many churches today. During the special holidays or events many more people come to church and then the following week it goes back to the original attendance count....

Church Growth Using The 5 Purposes Of The Church

Church Growth Today? This includes established churches, small churches, church plants, and new churches across all denominations. 80% of church goers believe that there is church growth today in the United States. The latest statistics show that 65% of the churches...

How Does a Church Assimilation Process Work?

Church Assimilation Process To get the church to grow, there needs to be a process in place to get this growth. Many church leaders think that a church will grow by itself. If this is true, then why around 80% of the churches today are considered a small church. The...

How to Grow a Church

Why Churches Don’t Grow There is a misconception of that a church will grow by itself.  Every church can grow. Growing a church could be compared to plant growth. Weeds will grow by themselves and most of them are not beneficial. To grow a non-weed type of plant...

Growing a Church from 50 to 100

Is Growing a Church from 50 to 100 Possible?   Almost 50% of church attenders go to a church of less than 100 people. Many of those churches do not grow past 50 people. Some want to grow and others do not. There are many church growth strategies available for...

What Is Church Growth Software?

Church Growth Software The idea of Purpose Driven or Willow Creek Ministry model software was non-existent in 1999. With more churches using these concepts, several purpose driven church pastors and church planters gave their input to design a comprehensive computer...

8 Reasons Why Small Churches Don’t Grow

Church Growth Today Are churches growing? If we look at the church growth statistics from 1998 until now, attendance has been declining every year. In fact, the percentage of young-adult dropouts has increased from 59 to 64 percent in the last couple of years. Nearly...