A discipleship pathway charts a course and orients the parish community around shared values and mission.
1% growth in engaged parishioners (i.e. disciples) at your church results in 10%+ growth in areas key to church health.
If incremental growth – yielding tremendous change – is what we’re after, what is holding us back?
As we ponder how God wants to transform our community of faith, how can we learn from Jesus’ example?
Kristine Fischer, Director of Evangelization at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton shares what drives parish success even in the midst of COVID-related setbacks and an unending stream of changes.
As we step into 2021, how do we apply the relationship lessons we have learned in the past year to rekindle hope and set a fire of love in the coming season?
Every aspect of our lives has been affected. Instead of managing a temporary inconvenience, churches have had to adapt their everyday practices to virtual experiences.
Evangelization takes time, a lot of conversation, and shared reflection. It stems from building relationships with others, through Christ.
Managing a small group, and, most importantly, witnessing the transformation of each member isn’t so simple.
The COVID-19 pandemic not only took that stability and foundation away, but it also brought new and difficult circumstances to all of our lives at that same time.
The new normal calls for a fresh evangelization strategy.