July 31, 2017
The Productive Ministry Blog
Navigating the intersection of productivity and ministry
On Monday I briefly mentioned I divide my prayer list into daily topics. I thought you might be interested in seeing what this looks like, so I created a week’s worth of prayer journal pages...
You pray when you can, but there are also things to get done. You're a productive ministry leader with a lot to do. How important is prayer really?
Prayer: We talk a lot about it in the church, but stats show most of us aren't doing it as much as we should. Here are 5 places where small changes add up.
Free Editable Visitor Card: Is it time to spruce up your church's visitor card? Do you need to implement a visitor card for the very first time?
Deep feelings blur the line between what is tradition and doctrine. Because of this, making a changes feels like a personal attack on faith and community.
How do you celebrate a secular holiday in a religious service? Do patriotic and secular celebratory holidays belong in church worship services?
Week Planning: You have 168 hours in a week. How will you use your time? Use our week planning worksheet to make sure you are at top productivity.
The Church Calendar: Every church has a dozen or more. How to plan and manage all the different goals, programs, and meetings your ministries do each year.
Planning Your Week: You're in the office staring at your computer thinking about what you should do first. This is your last week with an unplanned start.
Successful Goal Setting: Having goals (based on your values and mission) helps keep you focused and moving in the right direction.