Church Health and Revitalization

The health of our local church is a gauge to the integrity and strength of our local mission. Find resources below on how to improve your church health or how Mike Palmer Ministries has been involved in local church health initiatives.

October 30, 2017

THE GOD WHO SEEKS AND SAVES –
THE IMPLICATIONS FOR OUR LIVES TODAY
Luke 19:1-10


Luke 19:10 has been a verse of Scripture that has moved me, motivated me, encouraged me, and convicted me all of my adult life. Even today when I read it I am humbled and challenged in my o...

September 26, 2017

Children’s Ministry can easily become an overlooked driver to the overall health and progress of our churches. In all reality, as long as volunteers are still showing up and if we don’t hear any major complaints, everything is ok back there, right?

But here is the growi...

January 30, 2015

In my years of church consulting, I have spent hours talking to local church pastors. Much of the conversation revolves around church structure, vision, etc., but seldom does the conversation stay at that level. Pastors, it seems, long for someone to listen to them. Th...

January 26, 2015

GET REAL, GO TO WORK,
JESUS WILL STAND WITH YOU IF YOU STAND FOR HIM

Chapter 3 was not covered in this brief series. It is about the repair of the gates. Each one has some typological significance, and perhaps we will take a look at them on a Wednesday night in the futu...

January 21, 2015

The following is an excerpt from Fairness is Overrated, chapter twenty-nine.

It is called the loose/tight principle. That is, you have to decide as a leader what you are going to hold on to loosely and what you are going to hold on to tightly.

For example, you likely wa...

January 19, 2015

GOD’S MAN, GOD’S PLAN, GOD’S HAND:
GOD’S PEOPLE MOTIVATED TO WORK

In chapter 2 of Nehemiah we have the transition from a burden God has given one man to a well-planned vision of the work to be done. The key to remember is that Nehemiah’s motive was to make God’s name g...

November 7, 2014

If you ever check out multiple churches in a short period of time, you will likely be surprised by the differences in hospitality expressed to first-time guests. In some churches a guest knows exactly where to park, is graciously welcomed, escorted to the children’s ar...

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