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I began ChurchLead in 2002 to provide consulting and information to church leaders to help them become more effective in achieving their mission. Most church leaders know what they want to accomplish, but they often need some help to successfully navigate the waters with so many competing technology tools and systems.

The methods have changed over the past few years, but the essence of the original mission remains the same. To help leaders use the right technology, at the right time, in the right way, to accomplish their mission. 

- Rob Overton

Recent Articles 
Monday, July 11 2011
Top_7There has been quite a bit of interest in my recent post on the top 7 ways to close the back door of the church.  I have been asked quite a few times to write a top 7 list for visitor connection.  The only problem is that it is turning out far too long for a single post.  So, I have decided to write it in a series of posts over then next couple of weeks.  In the interest of laying out the road map, I will go ahead and share the list as it stands now.  I do, however, reserve the right to change it as I write!
  1. Take Responsibility For Connection
  2. Focus On Households
  3. Refine Your Current Process of REACTIVE Actions
  4. Create Process of Strategic PROACTIVE Actions
  5. Recruit and Build an All-Star Connection Team
  6. Measure the Performance of Your Process (and adjust)
  7. Measure the Results (and adjust)
My hope is that the list will prove useful to church leaders who want to do a better job of connecting visitors to their church.  I value comments and welcome contribution, so let me hear from you!  First up, Take Responsibility for Visitor Connection.
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