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Justin Juntunen

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Does it ever feel like there are too many plates spinning? Are you wrestling with how to hold it all together in your small group, church plant, or established church? Watch this conversation about how to integrate simple systems that can support your health as a leader and the growth of your community. Our conversation was led by Craig Heselton (Executive Pastor of Vineyard Columbus) and Jenna Stepp (Church Planter at the Saltwater Vineyard, Saco, Maine)

What You’ll Learn:

  • Why systems matter for church plants
  • Where to begin with systems for your church
  • Ways systems can help you achieve your goals

 

Systems are strategic ways of continual improvement.” —Craig Heselton

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“What does a church plant start counting? People’s information immediately! It’s always people.” —Jenna Stepp

Timeline:

4:03 Why do systems matter
13: 54 Where to begin with systems
19:58 The two types of counting
25:00 An overview of church systems
37:52 How to get others on board in adopting systems
40:16 What about measuring stuff for that doesn’t seem measurable
49:43 Can you overmeasure?
51:15 Systems to implement for church growth

“You count what counts and you count what you’re trying to change.” —Craig Heselton

 Resources

10 simple questions that could change the trajectory of your life
The 4 Disciplines of Execution: Achieving Your Wildly Important Goals
Planning Center
Church Growth Online Course
Church Systems Spreadsheets from Craig Heselton
Multiply Vineyard Summit, January 8-10 in Miami, FL

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