10 quick reads on evaluating your ministry

April is a good time for evaluating how it’s really gone this semester and school year. (But really, is it ever a bad time for evaluation?)

As you may realize, I’ve had the chance to write a lot within the “Assessment & Strength” category, and you can see all those posts right here. But I’ve rounded up ten of my older faves. Hopefully these – and the many others you can flip through – can help as you’re asking God about where your ministry is – and where it can go.

  1. For the Budding Evaluator: a good place to start
  2. Where Do They Come From?: examining how students actually ended up in your ministry
  3. For a Lifetime: have we crammed or laid foundations?
  4. Impact Now vs. Build for Then: where have you positioned your ministry on this spectrum?
  5. Millennials from the Mailing List: is our ministry a fit for these students?
  6. Inside Information: an under-used source for figuring out what future students will need
  7. College Ministry in the Land of Continual Upheaval: before you make big changes
  8. Explore the Edges of Your Year-to-Come: considering small changes for a big difference
  9. What Memories?: thinking about how students will think about this year
  10. Missions Means Difficulty: in case you’re a little discouraged

[I posted 10 more of these the next week – see those here.]

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