Are you asking these 3 questions about multi-site?

We got some great questions this week on the latest Unseminary "All About Multi-site" podcast. Questions dealing with: Centralizing or Decentralizing your budgets for your campuses, pros and cons of church planting versus multi-site venues, the role of social media and technology in reaching people, and more.

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Hit a growth barrier in your multisite strategy?

We (unseminary's All About Multisite podcast team) had a very interesting conversation on growth barriers on our campuses. In this podcast, I  function as our guest connections and assimilation resource. We address outreach, children's ministry, and assimilation barriers in this discussion with Rich Birch,  Become part of the conversation on this second All About Multisite podcast.

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5 low-prep last minute ways to WOW your guests this Easter

There’s a person on our staff team at church who helps volunteers provide WOW experiences for guests during our Easter services each year. Her name is Shelly Hall, she oversees Guest Services and she is the most dedicated, hospitable, above and beyond WOW-Factor provider I know. When I asked her in passing this week what she and her team were planning to do for guests this Easter, this is what she told me.

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All About Multisite

I'm way excited to introduce to you Unseminary's new podcast all about multisite! I’m chatting monthly with a group of multisite ninjas on this podcast hosted by Rich Birch where we will answer your questions about the ins and outs of launching new campuses.  Here's our panel as described by Unseminary...

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Top 5 posts of 2017 and what's coming up next...

I love looking at highlight reels, even Facebook summaries of my friendship with someone on our Facebookaversary. I am sucker for these kinds of snapshots.  In that spirit, here are the Top-5 posts for Climbing the Assimilayas from the year 2017 and a preview of 4 new things coming up this month.

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Praying for you and your church by name today

I just want you to know that I will be praying for you by name and your church's impact this weekend for Christmas. It is an honor to serve you in any way and I am blessed to learn from you as well. Thanks for allowing me to walk with you in this adventure of connecting people to our various faith communities. 

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4 ideas for placing more volunteers this Christmas

The 6+ minute video below is one I recorded for some of our volunteer champs who wanted me to give them some ideas for increasing the amount of volunteers placed, especially after recent volunteer sign up efforts. If that's you, and you could use more volunteers this Christmas or in the early part of next year, take a moment and listen to this.

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The 3 point cure for process breakdown (3 of 3)

There are 3 cures for process breakdown that will empower your church's assimilation strategy. Each of them grants exponential growth to your process of connecting guests to the life of your church. Read on to identify them before Christmas hits, and make a New Year's Resolution to apply them more fully by Easter.  

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What we learned and what we changed about our assimilation strategy-podcast with Rich Birch at Unseminary

New unseminary Podcast: The problem that most churches experience is not necessarily getting first time guests, but rather getting those guests to stay, and that is Greg’s area of expertise at Eastside. He’s here with us today to talk about the scalable assimilation strategy Eastside transitioned to since the last time we had him on the show.

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3 causes for process breakdown in your church (1 of 3)

The human body is equipped to do some remarkable things, especially when one of it's processes get's interrupted. The Body of Christ is equipped to do some remarkable things as well when processes and systems get disrupted. Not all these things are good, especially if they last for too long. Discover what they are and the 3 causes for process breakdown in this first of a 3 part series on causes and cures of process problems in your church.

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