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November’s Top 5 Posts on Helping Churches Make Vision Real

Thank you! You made these the most popular posts on “Helping Churches Make Vision Real,” during the month of November!

#1 5 Reasons we Started from Scratch with our Website

At Sun Valley we recently just completed a ground up redesign and launch of our website. Here are 5 reasons why we did, and you might want to as well.

#2 Measure What Matters

As churches are in the middle of evaluating 2012 and planning for 2013 there are a 4 critical principles about measurement that we need to keep in mind.

#3 Join me at Ignite 2013

Ignite 2013 is right around the corner and early bird pricing ends in just a month! Ignite is intentionally designed for Church Planters, Planting Teams and Pastors who want to explore planting daughter churches or launching multi-site congregations.

#4 Soul Care and the Leader

We’ve all heard the statistics. And what the statistics are telling us is that beneath the surface of appearances, a majority of pastors are hurting and discouraged. Do a quick Google search on “pastor burnout” and you’ll easily find the following statistics and more! But are we supposed to do about it?

#5 The Blame Game

Catch my interview with Rick Calcutt about his new book “The Blame Game.” It’s a great resource for developing a clear creative process at your church!


Posted in Leadership

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Suggestion Box

I’m excited to let you know that we’re getting ready to go to work on a bit of a refresh and redesign for my blog. So that means this is your chance to offer up your feedback and suggestions as to what you’d like to see change. I’d love to hear your thoughts, so leave your comments below. Specifically I’m interested to hear your ideas about the following couple of areas:

1. What features would you change and do away with immediately?

2. What are the best features that you wouldn’t change and would be disappointed if they went away?

3. What can we do to make it easier for you to leave your comments and participate in the conversation?

4. How can I make it easier for you to access older content and archives?

5. What changes would you make to the “vibe and feel” of the site?


Posted in Creative Arts