Nehemiah Project

If you are planning a “church and leadership summit” for your ministry leaders and staff, please consider Phillips & Jethro, LLC or if you have not had a “church and leadership summit” for your leaders and staff in recent years, let us help you develop one. In recent years, most churches have had some form of struggle; Covid-19, church doors closed, loss of finances, reduced volunteerism, a change in leadership and the list can go on and on. These struggles and changes have had a negative impact on the local church. And as church leaders, we cannot assume or even believe that all is well now that we are back in our buildings. There was a cost that the church paid for those changes. The new question becomes; with all those changes,

“How healthy are the local churches”?

Proverbs 27:23 states “Be thou diligent to know the state of thy flocks, and look well to thy herds”. This scripture admonishes church leaders to know the health of their church and their flocks. Have you performed an annual ministry checkup or church health assessment to see the strengths and weaknesses within your church and to see if you are still on course with the vision that God gave the church? (The Nehemiah Project) offers a comprehensive examination approach to know the rhythm and the pulse of the church, diagnose ministry symptoms, assess systemic problems, and understand the health of a church.

Our The Nehemiah Project questions cover categories such as the mission of the church, leadership integrity, the church’s reputation in the community, trust in leadership, life of the volunteers, my sense of belonging in the church, church’s readiness for change, and many other relatable categories and questions about ministry life in the local church. An effective project scan would consist of at least three to five different types of assessments which include the responses from congregants, volunteers, ministry leaders, and staff.  Each assessment helps to paint a clearer picture of the health of your church. We utilize our process called “Heart Scan . . . Digital Truth” to help collect data and diagnose the health of your church.

A few of the benefits of The Nehemiah Project include, all congregants having a digital voice that can be heard in the assessments, survey results being viewed instantly, responses being anonymous, survey results showing areas of strength and weaknesses, and your church will receive a file containing the results of your assessments.

If you feel that it’s time to add The Nehemiah Project to the next “Church and Leadership Summit” for your church, then Phillips & Jethro, LLC can help. We will work with you to craft a “church and leadership summit” that is designed to bring your congregation, ministry leaders, and staff closer together and provide them with a motivating, and inspiring experience that they'll be talking about for months to come.