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Welcome to the Joshua Gagnon Leadership Podcast. Pastor Josh is the founding and lead pastor of Next Level Church, a unique move of God with multiple locations. He is passionate about helping other leaders and pastors communicate the love of Jesus more effectively and grow in their leadership.
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Ep 194: 3 Questions to Ask Yourself about Church Growth Pt 3

The Joshua Gagnon Leadership Podcast

Published on 10/16/2019

Welcome to the 194th episode of the Joshua Gagnon Leadership Podcast! If you enjoy listening to this podcast and it has helped you and your team in any way, please leave us a review on Apple Podcast or Stitcher or take the time to share it on social media. Do you have a question for Pastor Josh about leadership, ministry, or any other topic we’ve covered on the podcast so far? Submit your questions to [email protected] or @joshgagnon on Twitter and Pastor Josh might answer it on a future episode! Senior leaders and lead pastors are invited to join us for our Fall Coaching Network! Visit www.leadbetter.church to learn more and to sign up! Pastor Josh on Instagram: www.instagram.com/pastorjoshgagnon Pastor Josh on Twitter: www.twitter.com/joshgagnon Send your leadership questions to [email protected] Today’s episode is the final part of a 3-part conversation on church growth. Listen to Part 1 here. Listen to Part 2 here. Takeaways for Leaders: The third question to ask yourself when it comes to your church’s growth: Are guests staying? Sticking is the terminology we would use if a guest considers our church to be the church they attend. Staying is anywhere between the 12 and 18-month mark, when the “newness” wears off. What does the engagement look like at the 18-month mark? Sticking is short term; staying is long term. What will make someone stay is the enduring and inspiring nature of our vision. Your vision should be so inspiring that people want to move beyond a participatory level. Most people don’t just stop believing in the vision; they just feel disengaged from it. What’s going to help people stay is the depth of your discipleship groups and serving opportunities. People come for the culture but stay for the care.

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