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Sep 11, 2017

God's vision is bigger than just your church. This episode will challenge you to build a relationship with your city by loving and serving your community.

Aug 14, 2017

What words would you use to describe your current multisite strategy? Healthy? Replicable? Growing? Effective? Or is it Confusing? Unsustainable? Stagnant?

Are you looking to launch or expand your multisite strategy? Check out this episode to learn more. 

Jul 10, 2017

Does your team spend more time talking about ideas than doing them? Instead of chasing rabbits, maybe it's time to start doing what you say you are going to do.

This episode addresses why many church teams struggle with follow-through and provides tools and next steps for making ideas happen.

Jun 12, 2017

Is your church all talk and no action? Most teams don't experience a lack of inspiring meetings. Perhaps it's time to buckle down and start following through on your plans. 

This episode looks at some of the challenges churches face when executing plans and provides practical next steps for making decisions and taking action.

May 22, 2017

Does choosing a new shade of paint for the lobby require approvals from three different committees at your church? Maybe it's time to start asking if your current structure is the best way to make decisions.

This episode addresses challenges that both staff-led and congregation-led churches face and provides clear roles for effective lay leadership boards.

May 16, 2017

Is your church growing? Healthy? Diminishing? There are 7 stages in a typical church's life cycle that range from the hopeful, optimistic days of launch, to the stagnating last stages of life support.

This episode unpacks each phase of the church lifecycle, and offers specific and strategic next steps you can take to find your way to sustained health . . . and finally become unstuck.

 

Apr 17, 2017

What if our volunteers find somewhere better to serve? Are we offering them enough opportunities? Why does it seem like they are just not interested anymore? A scarcity mentality can get your church stuck.

Everyone is competing for people's time. Instead of only focusing on how volunteers can fill spots in your church, what would happen if you empowered them to impact the world with their gifts and abilities everyday?

 

Mar 20, 2017

Magnetic. Inspiring. Charismatic. Visionary. God-given personality gifts or problems waiting to happen? 

Big personalities are attractive, and bad things happen when a church is built more on the big personality of the pastor than Jesus. But actually... that's true of any personality type.

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When Big Personalities Lead Big Churches

Feb 13, 2017

Toxic? Empowering? Fear-Driven? Collaborative? The team culture you have is the one you built. But that doesn't mean your impression of it is accurate. What if you're the last to know your church staff culture is not what you thought?

In Season 1, Episode 6 of The Leadership Unstuck Podcast, Tony, Ryan and Amy talk about span of care, healthy pace of life in ministry and other practical steps to grow a healthy team... because most lead pastors aren't thinking about staff health.

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7 Questions that Measure Team Culture

Measuring the Health of Your Senior Leadership Team

Take Time Off: 4 Guidelines for Establishing Healthy Pace of Life for Staff

7 Warning Signs Your Church Has Ministry Silos

5 Dysfunctions of a Team Resources

 

Jan 23, 2017

Church + effective planning? The two words aren't often found together. Are you making these mistakes in your planning process?

In Season 1, Episode 5 of Tony Morgan's Leadership Unstuck Podcast, Tony talks to Shayne O'Brien, Lead Pastor of RockPointe Church in Leander, Texas about how to avoid some of the mistakes churches make in their planning process.

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The 4 Phase Planning Process for Church Leaders

How to Stick to Your Strategic Plan

Why the Key to Flexibility In Leadership Is Planning 

Developing a Theology of Planning

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