Effectively
Engaging Churches

Four Principles to Help Your Organization’s Church Engagement Strategy Thrive

You believe the Church is a huge part of the solution to the problem your organization is trying to solve, but you’re struggling to get the ear of a busy pastor, navigate through the complicated structures of church ministry departments or are just having a hard time helping churches see how they can truly make an impact through the work you are doing.

We get it!

This 40-page guide is outlined with all of that in mind and is designed specifically to help you engage church partnerships more efficiently and equip their ministries more effectively.

This booklet is for organizational leaders working to engage and equip churches.

It unpacks questions about your current church partnerships and the results you are getting and offers four practical principles to consider to help your church engagement strategy thrive. They include…

  • BE A GOOD GUIDE: Position the Church as the main character in the story; you are there to support.

  • SHRINK YOUR PROBLEM: Make the problem feel less paralyzing and more solvable for them.

  • INCREASE CLARITY: Paint a clear picture of what “success” looks like in partnership with you.

  • TIER YOUR ON-RAMPS: Meet them where they are and help them take their next best steps forward.

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