- Telephone Consultation:
for brief advice which can
usually be given without an in-depth analysis.
- Community Awareness Consultation:
provides not only
basic demographic trends, but psychographic, praxiographic, and mediagraphic
trends. Learn how the community "thinks," what worship styles it prefers,
what needs it expresses, and what type of church it seeks.
- Church Health Survey Consultation:
action plans based on the results of a 160-question church health analysis;
includes no on-site visits.
- Short-term On-site Consultation:
for churches seeking
specific guidance in the overall direction of the church, or answers to
specific issues such as facility needs, staff needs, spiritual gift/lay
ministry assessments, or stewardship issues. This type of consultation is
the most popular.
- Long-term On-site Consultation:
the most comprehensive
of the consultation ministries, this ministry includes several on-site
visits and in-depth analysis of the church. Not only are recommendations
made, but the consultant is available to review the implementation of these
- Intentional Interim Pastorates:
the consultant not only
provides pulpit supply during a time when a church is without a pastor, but
he also provides guidance and consultation for the church and the search