Some leaders like to measure membership, attendance, salvation decisions or baptisms. Metrics like these, among others, are quantitative.
However, some completely forgo the emphasis on numbers. They say these measurements bear no relation to church health and are therefore meaningless in a health assessment. They prefer the qualitative approach, which focuses on relationships, culture, attitudes and atmosphere.
The truth is that there’s room for both a quantitative and qualitative approach to measuring the health of your church.
In this free PDF, I explain in detail 9 quantitative and 3 qualitative metrics for church's health. The goal is to help you improve your church's health and position it for growth.
I have 30 years of pastoral experience.
As lead pastor at C3 Church Hepburn Heights I led our church through generational renewal which saw our church grow while planting a new church every 3 years and also move to a purpose-built, multi-million dollar worship centre.
In 2012 I founded Grow a Healthy Church and have conducted over 140 on-site and online church consults in 5 nations.
Through Christ’s grace, I have helped churches improve their health, grow numerically, increase their volunteer numbers, develop stronger connections with visitors, raise more money and build leadership pipelines.
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