Developing a Planning Model in a Smaller Church Robert J. Young
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface
Introduction

Chapter
I.  The Need for Planning

II.  The Impact of Size on the PLanning Model

III.  Four Relevant Factors in Small and Medium Church Planning
	Church personality
	Ministry type
	Community context or situation 
	Self-attitudes and Self-awareness

IV.  A Survey of Planning Models

V.  Developing a Planning Model
	Mission--Why does this church exist?
	Talents--What can this church do?
	Values--Why do we act as we do?
		What really matters to this church?
	Vision--Where are we going?
	Purpose--What should we do?
	Plan of Action--How shall we do it?
	Evaluation--Are we doing it?

VI.  Summary and Conclusion

BIBLIOGRAPHY
     

 

DEVELOPING AN EFFECTIVE PLANNING MODEL FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED CHURCHES


A Research Project
Originally Presented to
Dr. Howard Norton
Oklahoma Christian University
October 1988


Edited with additional materials for HTML Publication
November, 2002


by
Robert J. Young



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