Strategic Prep for Leaders In a Changing Church
Thursday, March 14, 12PM EST | ZOOM
In 20 years, will the church still be a shaping force in our culture?
Cultural shifts, societal pressures, relational division, and technological changes have created what some call a perfect storm for the organized church. And many of the shifting trends have a direct impact on the nature and practice of ministry. Declines in church attendance, across the denominational spectrum, are squeezing “the way we’ve always done it” like never before. More than 60 million adults have not only walked away from their home congregations, they’ve left the organized church altogether.
So, what does all of this mean for the future of the church? How can ministry leaders understand, embrace, and live out of an exciting new trajectory in their calling?
In our FREE webinar, Strategic Prep for Leaders in a Changing Church, Thom and Joani Schultz will offer strategic preparation for your life in ministry, in the coming years.
About Thom and Joani Schultz
Thom & Joani Schultz have spent their entire adult lives serving the church. Thom is the founder and CEO of Group Publishing, which has been providing ministry resources to churches since 1974. As Group’s Chief Creative Officer, Joani leads an amazing team of creators who have developed and released the world’s most popular children’s and youth ministry resources and training events. They’re a seasoned team of experts in ministry and in designing creative, transformational experiences for all ages. Together they travel the world looking for ways to bring the love of Jesus to everyone. They’ve also written several best-selling books for church leaders, including Why Nobody Wants to Go to Church Anymore.
You’ll come away with:
- A strategic focus on next steps in your ministry, from two longtime “church futurists.”
- Shifts in ministry leadership that have been needed for years, but now are essential going forward.
- Skills and practices that all ministry leaders can learn, as long as they’re willing to experiment outside their comfort zone.
- Why interactive, experiential, and co-discovery strategies in ministry are more important than ever before.