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Setting Goals and Measuring Results
Create a culture in which team members establish objectives and reach them.
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Setting goals and measuring results leads to a healthier church and allows your leaders to be more focused. These handouts guide your team through making new goals or reviewing established ones. Larry Osborne shares how to know if a goal is worth the risk. And Donald Seibert tells us how to effectively administer your church's goals, moving them from theory to action. Also included are pointers for evaluating your church's success.

This Resource contains all of the following:

How Shall We Evaluate Ourselves?
5 ministry goals from the mouth of Jesus.

The Goal Is to Focus
Setting goals focuses your church toward purpose, growth, and celebration.

Measuring Your Success
Are you measuring results by trustworthy criteria?

5 Goals for Struggling Churches
These transitions mark progress on the road to recovery.

Is the Goal Worth the Risk?
5 questions to guide prudent goal setting.

Too Many Goals, Too Little Time
Is your to-do list too long? Tame it.

Dreaming Too Small
A goal worth dreaming over may be the goal worth going after.

Team Ministry Goals
Working together in leadership requires sharing more than responsibilities.

Escaping the Numbers Trap
The goal to get bigger isn't always best.

Measure What Matters
How can a church measure heart transformation?

5 Essential Questions
Answer these questions to define your goals and priorities.

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Giving and Receiving Feedback
In "Giving and Receiving Feedback," you'll find a series of forms—as well as some tips—for conducting surveys and evaluations in your church.

O Youth Pastor, Where Art Thou?
Youth pastors lead the bulk of short-term mission teams, yet they seem uninterested in mission training. How can leaders in the STM community help?

Reaching Our Community
Look at the strategy of evangelistic ministry and examine spiritual motivations for sharing the gospel.

Topics:Direction, Evaluation, Goals, Measuring ministry, Objectives, Planning, Strategy, Vision
Filters:Church board, Church staff, Discipleship, Elder, Pastor
References:Matthew 6:33, 1 Timothy 4:15-16, 1 Corinthians 11:28-31
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jonas kouassi-Zessia

July 07, 2009  4:44am

good material

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