Try these steps to get nonbelievers and Christians plugged into a group as quickly as possible throughout the year.
Allow guests to bring their pets with them to church for a special gathering.
Celebrate fall as Halloween approaches with a pumpkin patch on church grounds.
Use a churchwide “media fast” to raise money for those in need.
Connect with people in your community who are seeking help to become healthier.
Share the Gospel through the written faith stories of real people in your church.
Launch a ministry that offers victims support and educates church attendees.
Bob Cowman, lead pastor of 300-attendee Columbus Road Baptist Church in Quincy, Ill., shares eight steps his church took to start a team for impact.
A faith-based support group could fill an unmet need in your community.
Become the place people turn to for information and resources to save in an uncertain economy.