A church building consultant can help your church become prepared to build while helping avoid mistakes. As church building consultants and capital campaign consultants, all of our efforts at AMI Church Consulting are centered around helping churches in their expansion efforts. We bring the full scope of our experience to every church building project, regardless of the type […]
How Long Does a Church Capital Campaign Take? In most cases, the “perfect world” church capital campaign timeline (for all but the small church capital campaign) from beginning of preparation and planning until commitment Sunday, is at least five to six months. This period is used for organizing, recruiting, training, doing all the background preparation, and […]
There are two things that most churches don’t seem to have an abundance of; people to do the work and the money to fund the ministry. Properly done, the development of a culture of generosity can solve both of these issues. That is because each of the issues of giving of time, gifting, and money flow originate in the same place – the heart. If we can address the heart and help everyone recognize their calling and gifting for good works, generosity will flow.
Over the months of preparation and execution of a church capital campaign, there are many things churches do to hinder the spiritual and financial results of their campaigns. This list is not exhaustive, as churches can be very creative in sidestepping best practices, but presented here for your edification is a list of 40 common […]
When considering capital campaign consulting services, cost often becomes a subject of debate which fails to focus on the correct factors. Most often the church does not like to spend money; it is typically frugally minded. This is not a bad thing, however sometimes it is pursued to a fault. While stewardship demands due consideration be given to the cost of the investment, the church does itself a disservice by focusing on the cost of the service and not on the net value the value gained from the capital stewardship engagement. The church can easily avoid this snare.