Atlantic Metro Baptist Association

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Atlantic Metro Baptist Association
Atlantic Metro Baptist Association is listed in the Churches category in Atlanta, Georgia. Displayed below is the only current social network for Atlantic Metro Baptist Association which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Atlantic Metro Baptist Association on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 59.

Contact information for Atlantic Metro Baptist Association is:
3070 Mercer University Dr
Atlanta, GA 30341
(770) 455-4870

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Atlantic Metro Baptist Association has an overall ZapScore of 59. This means that Atlantic Metro Baptist Association has a higher ZapScore than 59% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Atlanta, Georgia is 34 and in the Churches category is 42. Learn more about ZapScore.

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This was a breakthrough year for me as a leader. I’ve always been a visionary type leader with a natural focus toward the future. The challenge for me has always been implementing my vision. I think this is always the challenge for a visionary. Maybe you can relate. The million dollar question is: “How do you actually get there?” Well, this was a big year for me because I learned a system for implementing ideas and it dramatically impacted my ability to execute vision. [ 701 more words ] https://www.breezechms.com/blog/7-must-read-books-for-church-leaders/
This was a breakthrough year for me as a leader. I’ve always been a visionary type leader with a natural focus toward the future. The challenge for me has always been implementing my vision. I think this is always the challenge for a visionary. Maybe you can relate.

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This week Tom Skilling is guest posting on the Breeze blog. Tom is a brilliant strategist and critical thinker. He works in the adult ministries department of his church, runs his own blog, and is a life coach. You can find more about Tom at lifewithtom.com.

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The Transitional Pastor Training is available to any Southern Baptist Minister that is interested in training to be a transitional pastor and lead a church through a time of adjustment. This training builds on the knowledge a minister already has and focuses on this transitional time. Included in th...

You Can't Stand Pat By Dave Travis Well you can, but the results are less than best. A few years ago I was talking to one of our pastors who had been engaged with us for a long time. The church had just gone multisite and it went very well for them for that past year. He asked: “What do you think we will have to address now?” I said, “That depends. If you want to consider growing in the multisite expressions you are going to have to focus on leadership development more. And if you are trying to do that, you had better address some of the financial issues. Your giving might look good for the size you were last year, but at your growth rate, it’s clear to me that the people need to be taught more on generosity.” After a few weeks, he called me back. “I have decided that we should stand pat right now. The staff doesn’t want any more change. They are struggling now getting their heads around multisite and layering any additional plans will tip them over. I think we will just wait.” Seven years later they are still waiting. This is a church that has a lot of things going for it. Good location, facilities, opportunities for ministry. It’s a pretty good church. But since that time they have actually declined in attendance. Declined in giving. Stopped developing staff. Some good ones have left for other places and others have stepped in. What happened? I think the decision to stand pat was the wrong decision. I understand how leaders can feel overwhelmed when navigating change initiatives. I get it emotionally, spiritually and leadershiply. But standing pat for too long kills momentum, enthusiasm and morale. As you think about your leadership and your church for the next year – What are the growth areas? What are the areas that need an intentional plan to be shaped up and developed? If you want to stand pat, that is an intentional decision. That decision has consequences. Today that same pastor is considering succession. The issues that need to be addressed are now worse than if the church had been intentional then to address the issues at hand. Sure, they can engage them now and they should. But now fighting lethargy and getting unfrozen is the issue. Call me an old man, but in my experience, it’s always best to stay moving in the direction you want to go by trying to stay up to day, moving forward and working on at least one area of your ministry all the time. It may not always go as planned, but you are moving ahead.

Insight 011: FaithSoaring Churches are Fueled by an Empowering Spiritual Vision - George Bullard The most important thing by which a congregation can be captivated is the empowering vision of God for its spiritual and strategic journey into the future. Our God, who goes before us, has prepared the way for your congregation to reach its full Kingdom potential. Vision is not a 25 word or less statement that is memorized. It is a movement of God that is memorable. Congregations who are caught up in the movement of God are fueled by God’s vision for them. God is pulling them forward into the future and the congregation is drafting behind God’s leadership.