SIX REASONS WHY THE MINIMIZATION OF NUMERICAL METRICS IS DANGEROUS – RAINER ON LEADERSHIP #563

ThomRainer.com | 7/19/2019 | Staff
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Metrics have a bad reputation in some churches. In others, they’re too much of the focus. Today, we discus why you should take a balanced approach to metrics.

Highlights - Today - Episode

Some highlights from today’s episode include:

There is a danger in churches becoming numerically obsessed. There is also a danger in churches neglecting numbers.

What gets measured gets accomplished.

Church health and church growth are not in opposition to one another, but they are not always congruent.

Churches - Discipleship - Church - Evangelism - Church

Churches shouldn’t see themselves as “a discipleship church” or “an evangelism church”—every church should be both.

The six reasons we discuss are:

History - Danger

History has demonstrated the danger.

It can absolve leaders and members of needed accountability.

Act - Rationalization

Sometimes it is an act of rationalization.

Church health versus church growth are complementary, not contradictory.

Discipleship - Evangelism - Choices

Discipleship and evangelism are not either/or choices.

Churches typically have to err on the side of growth and evangelism to attain balance.

Who’s Your One?

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