Small Innovations are Neat, but Big I Creates Real Growth

There’s a spectrum of innovation that happens when we think creatively about our problems. Most of us aim for small innovations all the time. A better process for retaining guests. A more efficient way to track paper costs. A social media strategy that results in higher engagement. And so on. But while we spend most of our energy on Small I, it’s Big I that creates real growth. Further, Small I rarely leads to Big I. Big I is something else entirely.Further, Small I rarely leads to Big I. Big I is something else entirely.

Church Growth in the 2010s, Part 6: Ministry

The latest survey results of the long-running Hartford Institute church growth study. Part 6 highlights ministry.

Church Growth in the 2010s, Part 5: Worship

The latest survey results of the long-running Hartford Institute church growth study. Part 5 highlights worship.

Church Growth in the 2010s, Part 4: Theology and Mission

The latest survey results of the long-running Hartford Institute church growth study. Part 4 highlights theology and mission.

Church Growth in the 2010s, Part 3: Leadership

The latest survey results of the long-running Hartford Institute church growth study. Part 3 highlights leadership.

Church Growth in the 2010s, Part 2: Age

The latest survey results of the long-running Hartford Institute church growth study. Part 2 highlights age.