Better than 20/20 in 2019

CF621973-C44B-489C-A35B-F73DCF72FF2FEvery church, whether spoken or implied, has goals to grow numerically and spiritual and get more people engaged in activities and giving. But fewer churches have any idea of how to start achieving these goals. 

Better than 20/20 visibility of ministry effectiveness is possible. However, there’s a limit to how much you can track with just your eyes. And even what you see can fool you.  

Knowing how things are really going and where new initiatives are needed is dependent on more than impressive driven or anecdotal insight. 

Evidence-based discernment provided through a congregation-wide assessment tool is the best step toward 20/20 visibility. 

Mustard Seed Consulting offers your church proven steps for growth, resolution of conflict and guess-free decision-making. Contact us today to achieve 20/20 in 2019. 

Author: mustardseedonline10

Kurt Jacobson is a trained interpretive consultant of Holy Cow! assessments serving churches across WI and beyond. An ordained pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, he served Trinity Lutheran Church, Eau Claire for 28 years. In 2016 he formed Mustard Seed Consulting. Jacobson holds a BA in Business/Hospital Administra on and Organiza onal Communication from Concordia College, Moorhead, MN and a Masters of Divinity degree from Luther Seminary, St. Paul, MN. He holds a certificate in Intentional Interim Ministry from the National Association of Lutheran Interim Pastors. He is the author of “Welcoming Grace: Words of Love for All.” In addition, the book “The State of the ELCA” by Russell Crabtree, founder of Holy Cow! includes a chapter detailing the work Kurt did in making Trinity a transformational congregation. He lives near Cumberland, WI.

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