Peer Group Network:
We believe that a healthy pursuit of our vision involves developing spiritual leaders. In peer groups, ministers can join others in pursuing leadership pathways in the context of safe relationships. With groups that include focusing on leadership, evangelism, prayer, church planting, and bi-vocational ministry, ministry leaders can connect with their primary interests. Contact Troy Varnum at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Sunday School Training:
Sunday School/ small groups are vital to the teaching/ discipline/ and caring ministry of our partner churches.
Customized Church Based Training:
We are willing to consider the requests from our church partners regarding training events that fit your size and circumstance. Contact Troy Varnum at email@example.com to set up a conversation.
6 The Church Revitalization Movement
13 Determining Church Revitalization Readiness
20 Office Closed in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day
27 Building Momentum for Church Revitalization
3 7 Pillars of Church Revitalization
10 Developing an Intentional Church Revitalization Paradigm
17 No Meeting - Office Closed in observance of Presidents Day
24 Beginning the Task of Church Revitalization
2 Boldness: A Powerful Church Revitalization Tool
9 Executive Committee Meeting
16 No Meeting - Spring Break
23 How to Have Revival in a Declining Church
30 Developing the Commitment of the Laity in Church Revitalization
6 10 Church Errors in Church Revitalization
13 How Church Members Rank Revitalization Gifts In Pastors
20 Factors That Impede Church Revitalization
27 Avoiding the Cul-de-Sacs of Church Leadership
4 Dealing with Clergy Killers
11 Developing a Male Friendly Church
18 End of Semester Fellowship - Lunch Provided
Church Health Conversations:
We believe that a healthy pursuit of our vision involves developing healthy churches. Since there is not a “one size fits all” prescription, we offer a design session for the leadership of churches who are interested in a better understanding of their church’s health and recommendations regarding that goal. Contact Troy Varnum at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the process for your church.
Believing that the Bible is key to life transformation, the NWCBA wholeheartedly endorses the use of Bible Drills in the spiritual development of our children and youth. For more information on how our network of churches can be involved contact Karen Claunch at email@example.com.