By Tricia Brown, United Methodist Contributor
Even churches need annual checkups to make sure that all is well. Take time to seriously consider the following symptoms and what treatment may be needed to ensure the continuing health and prosperity of your church.Have you scheduled your annual church health check-up? TWEET THIS
Are your pews full? If not, ask yourself:
Treatment: Thankfully, you can try a variety of ways to grow church ministries.
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Sometimes even welcoming churches find it’s not enough. However, the symptoms are not quite as evident as empty pews. Ask yourself:
Treatment: If your church is suffering from internal irritations, here are a few things you can do.
Proverbs 29:18 says, “Where there is no vision, the people get out of control, but whoever obeys instruction is happy.” Churches with a vision are more likely to stay healthy and focused. Ask yourself:
Treatment: Try some of these prescriptions.
Before treatment can begin, you have to identify the symptoms and make the diagnosis. Perform ahealth check-up on your church today.