In this series, we have been looking at how momentum can positively impact your ministry. Furthermore, we have discussed some key strategies for creating momentum in ministry. Understanding how to create momentum is a huge step in the right direction, but it is not the final destination. Your next step is to learn to make the most of the momentum that you have created. Here, we will be teaching you the effective methods for taking advantage of momentum in ministry.
As you begin to create momentum for your church, there are numerous things to do next. You are going to need to assess certain areas of your ministry. You are going to have to determine the answers to pivotal questions concerning the direction of your ministry. Furthermore, you are going to have to implement steps that ensure that momentum does not go to waste. We want to help you know exactly what to assess, so that you can take the next steps necessary to make the most of your momentum.
The next step in the process goes beyond reflection and contemplation. It is now time to act and implement. The reality is, taking advantage of momentum in ministry is a very practical endeavor. We have all heard the phrase, “this is too good to be true.” This mentality often creeps into the minds and heart of people, crippling their view of the future. As pastors, it can be tempting to wonder when it is all going to fall apart as we experience momentum. We contend that instead of fearing the future, pastors ought to take hold of it. You need to capitalize on momentum instead of waiting for it to end. By following the practical steps in this video on taking advantage of momentum in ministry, you can do just that.
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We share four practical ways to capitalize on momentum. Taking advantage of momentum in ministry is no easy task. However, this video will equip you with the necessary knowledge to do so successfully.
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