How’s your church doing? Is it growing or has it plateaued and begun to decline? Do you feel like there are questions you don’t have the answers to? You’ve gone to the conferences and you’ve read the books, but none of the information seems to translate to your small town context. I’d love to help. Here are a few options.
One on One Coaching
Sometimes you just need someone who’s walked where you are. Someone who can give you some new ideas or a solution to a problem you’re facing. Other times, what’s really called for is an ongoing conversation. This could be weekly or monthly phone calls, with email follow ups to walk you through whatever season you’re in.
If I can help please send me an email through my contact page and we’ll discuss your budget and what would work best for you.
I’m going to be spending 4-6 weekends in 2018 doing on-site coaching for small town churches. I will attend a Sunday service, create a report of the good and bad, and give you next steps to take to jump start growth.
If you’d like to discuss what that would look like for your church, please send me an email through my contact page and we’ll begin the discussion.
Virtual Executive Pastor
Maybe you need more than weekly coaching, truth be told you need someone on your team who can help you navigate the complexities of ministry. The problem is, you can’t afford to hire someone full time or you don’t have anyone in your church with the experience and skills you need. I’d love to discuss the possibility of being your Virtual Executive Pastor.
If you’d like to discuss this possibility send me an email through my contact page and we’ll discuss your budget and what would work best for you.
If you’d like more information please send me an email through my contact page.
Executive Pastor of Strong Tower Church, a small town multisite church with two locations in northern middle Tennessee. Since coming on staff at Strong Tower Church six years ago, the church has tripled in attendance, expanded its facilities, and launched a second campus. Travis has a desire to help small town churches go big and writes about church growth and leadership on his personal blog.