To determine whether a congregation was doing well, church leaders used to count just two things — bottoms in the pews and dollars in the plate. Now many United Methodist leaders believe those metrics are not good ...
Becky Swanson's insight:
Don't be fooled; changing success measures is a paradigm shift and won't be as easy as "name it/claim it." Also check out the results of the Vibrant Congregations study from Luther Seminary http://www.luthersem.edu/vcp/
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