You’re leading in uncharted territory and the pressure is greater than ever. The COVID-19 shutdown is without a doubt the greatest modern-day crisis ministry leaders have ever faced. It has presented a set of circumstances and unprecedented challenges.
Here's the GOOD NEWS!
There are solutions, strategies, answers to weathering this crisis.
But here's what you should keep in mind.
How you lead during this crisis will determine your relevance when the crisis is over.
In this FREE resource, you'll find a few quick strategies you can apply now to help minimize the impact of the Coronavirus shutdown on your organization and ministry.
Here is some of what I'm sharing.
- What does this crisis make possible?
- How Crisis Births Opportunity
- Leveraging What You Know
- Understand Your Digital Platform
- Improving Online Attendance
- Minimizing The Financial Impact (Including online/digital giving)
And much more.
It is my hope that this resource will help you and those you lead into a new and better future.
I'm F. L. Anderson and I love nothing better than sharing what I have learned with those who are eager to grow and serve better in ministry.
A few years ago, I realized I needed a way to help those I simply can't reach in person, for a fraction of the cost of what it takes to attend a conference. So I created an online portal of digital resources for ministry leaders.
My digital resources actually deliver far more than any speaking engagement would. They give you my best research-backed, high-quality, actionable content, that is on-demand and whenever you need it. All packaged in a way that will help you, your ministry and leadership grow.
Each digital resource includes way more detailed content that is unpacked, in-depth and with no time limits or restrictions. This means you can take your time to go through them as well as come back to them at any time. Best of all they're updated in real-time so you will always have the latest updates with no additional cost.
I hope my resources help you do and think about ministry differently.
F. L Anderson