- Church Health
- MissionInsite Demographics
- Women in Ministry Coaching
- Next Generation Coaching
- Leadership Learning Communities
- Leadership/Pastoral Transitions
It is our belief that the Church is God’s primary instrument for fulfilling His mission or purpose in the world today. The Church brings glory to God as it incarnates its identity as the Body of Christ by making more disciples and fulfilling its Kingdom mandate of loving God and loving others.
Church Health, like your physical health, is essential for success and longevity. When a church is healthy, ministry vitality is attractional and efficacious. But the church as a body is prone to disease from within and without.
The Venture Church Network Northeast seeks to assist churches in establishing and maintaining ministry vitality. We have multiple resources to assess, develop and maintain congregational health. Please contact our director for assistance.
Venture Church Network Northeast, in conjunction with MissionInsite, can assist you in profiling the uniqueness of your specific geographic area surrounding your church. You will receive a personal consult with Venture Northeast director, Doug Geeze and using the MissionInsite tools, you will help reveal the insights about the community around you, so you can move from data to decisions. Click here to receive your free report.
Women In Ministry Coaching
Our Women in Ministry Director, Linda will help women in the local church transform their ministry into a movement. You will be provided free resources for women involved in ministry as well as coaching and training. Linda will help you clarify your ministry and leadership skills and provide direction to sharpen your ministry’s focus. Linda's passion is to use her 30+ years of ministry experience to help women gain Christ-centered confidence to fulfill their unique purposes.
Next Gen Coaching
All churches grow old but strategic churches seek to grow young. Our staff will help struggling churches take the next bold step in reaching and keeping Millennials, Gen Z, and Gen Alpha. Please call us for assistance.
Leadership Learning Communities
As the name implies these groups focus on leadership development. Leadership as a cultural component is a part of every church. Whether they are called the pastor, elders, deacons or something else, pastors must help shape a church’s leadership culture to best support the mission of the church.
President Harry Truman once stated, “Not all readers are leaders, but all leaders are readers.” It follows that leaders are also life-long learners. Learning from effective leaders of religious and non-religious background helps pastors grasp the importance of their ongoing personal development.
As “Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another.” Proverbs 27:17 (ESV) Learning in community provides support, insight, and accountability. For more information for a Learning Community near you, click here.