The multi-site trend is as strong as ever. More and more churches are realizing the value of being able to reach more people geographically. With this in mind, the leadership of a multi-site church is becoming a well-studied art. Effective methodology and best practices have been identified specifically for the success and growth of multi-site churches. As this model of ministry grows in popularity, we want to keep you in the loop in terms of strategy. This series exists to unpack the fundamentals regarding how to be a campus pastor.
As a ministry leader given the opportunity to lead a multi-site campus, you are stepping into a great responsibility. In essence, you are tasked with leading in a way that embodies the culture and values of the whole church. As you do so, it is important that you are able to imprint that DNA onto your designated campus. With this said, the campus pastor definitely has their plate full.
During your leadership as a campus pastor, there are many things that you must keep in mind. You must understand the ins and outs of multi-site church culture. You have to comprehend the various methods and trends of multi-site church growth. Your relationship with the lead pastor has to be conducive to an effective multi-site strategy. Perhaps you are working with a small staff. In this case, you must understand how to use this to your advantage.
All of these facets of multi-site leadership are absolutely key, and only represent a handful of the tasks and responsibilities possessed by the campus pastor. So, how are you going to manage your role as a campus pastor? What are the key practices and fundamentals that allow a campus pastor to be effective?
In this series:
We unpack the ins and outs of how to be a campus pastor. We believe that the position of campus pastor involves many important responsibilities. Our goal is to equip you with the knowledge you need to lead your campus with confidence and success.
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