The robust and sophisticated assessments we provide will give you a closer look at all areas surrounding your ministry to help you better understand what the specific needs and challenges of your revitalization will be.
The ReFocus six-step process and the ReNew four-step process walks you and your leadership through a step-by-step church or network revitalization process. ReFocus is designed for pastors and network leaders and ReNew is designed for transitional pastors.
When you “launch” your vision for church revitalization, you will be taking the exciting first steps toward realizing the goals you developed for your church ministry during your ReFocus or ReNew training.
Corpus provides continued assessment and coaching support for you after your vision has been launched and your church revitalization is underway. Learn to be resilient as you face the challenges that will most certainly come your way as you lead through a church revitalization.
Be intentional in your leadership as you help a church embrace what is new and next in between pastors. We invite you to be certified with the four steps in the ReNew process so that you can help a church (1) ReAssess, (2) RePosition and (3) ReDirect their ministry while using practical (4) ReSources to assist you with the actual work of planning, communicating, and making difficult decisions. The time of transition between pastors is an ideal time to launch the church revitalization process. Your role as a transition revitalization pastor is key to preparing the church for new leadership and reigniting the church’s mission.
Scott Nichols, D Min.
Founder and Lead Pastor of Gospelife Church, Carol Stream, Illinois.
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The ReThink resource is designed to help the church ReThink its mission in light of the Coronavirus crisis. God is using the current crisis as an accelerator to help churches shift culture, design strategy, and fulfill its mission to make disciples.