Multiplication

Keeping Score

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How To Know If Your Church Is Winning

For most church leaders today, the idea of keeping score is a mystery about what really counts; what we should count; and how to put points on the scoreboard to know for sure their church is winning and advancing the cause of Christ. In Keeping Score: How to Know If Your Church is Winning, the debut title in Exponential’s 2014 “Seek + Save” free eBooks series, pastor and author Dave Ferguson demystifies the “keeping score” concept to help you create a new scorecard grounded in solid theology and ministry practice that can tell your church if God’s kingdom is winning and advancing Jesus’ mission. Among the insights and proven practices:

  • Three metrics and three questions to help you create a scoreboard that fits with your unique context
  • Understanding the difference between the scoreboard and the scorecard
  • Proven help for measuring disciple making, mission and movement making.

Keeping Score,” says Ferguson, “is a book for everyone who loves the church and its mission–for passionate Christ followers, church leaders and church staff who work really hard to put points on the board.”

Dave Ferguson
Dave Ferguson is the lead pastor of Community Christian Church, an innovative multi-site missional community that is passionate about "helping people find their way back to God." Community has grown from a few college friends to thousands every weekend meeting at multiple locations in the Chicago area and has been recognized as one of America's most influential churches. Dave provides visionary leadership for NewThing, a global movement of multiplying churches. He is the president and board chair for Exponential, the largest church planting conference in the world and is on the board of Leadership Network. He is also an adjunct professor at Wheaton Graduate School and an award-winning author of eight books, including Hero Maker: 5 Essential Practices for Leaders to Multiply Leaders. Dave and his wife, Sue, live in Naperville IL. They have three adult children - Amy, Joshua and Caleb.
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