Gerad Strong on January 31, T he Acts 2 Journey revitalization cohort helps pastors and church leaders advance their churches into a new dimension of health and growth by the power of the Holy Spirit. Under the leadership of Alton Garrison, Assemblies of God assistant general superintendent, this cohort process includes four retreats over a one-year period. Each retreat begins with a Friday session for pastors and spouses and addresses leading change, conflict resolution, time management, recruiting team members, casting vision, communication and much more.
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Influence Magazine on July 31, T he Acts 2 Journey Cohort is a transformative process led by an experienced team to help you fulfill the vision to strengthen your church spiritually, numerically and relationally. For more information, visit acts2journey. This new tool, the culmination of research and design efforts spanning the previous five years, now allows churches to measure their Spirit-empowered health using a fully validated survey instrument. The survey assesses eight additional areas that impact church health and provides a report filled with recommended strategies for addressing each of the results revealed.
The church was in survival mode and did well to pay the mortgage and utility bill on time. But the McHaffies began to implement a strategic plan. The property was placed on the market, and the McHaffies worked at rebuilding relationships to merge the two churches back together. The church gained a fresh start at a new location with a new name, Lifebridge Assembly. Shortly afterwards, McHaffie and his leadership team began the one-year Acts 2 Journey with the consultant team from Church Transformation Initiative in Springfield, Missouri.