129: How Should You Measure Your Ministry? Interview with Nathan Archer

We like to measure what we do in order to see how successful it is. Sometimes we do this intentionally and sometimes it happens just subconsciously. It can feel like you rocked an event when attendance is double your usual group. But when only half your small group shows up one week you might be tempted to feel like a failure. Attendance is one of the easiest metrics to track – it’s straightforward, quantitative, and simple to report back to whoever needs to know. But what if attendance isn’t the best or only metric to measure your success? Join Sid and Nathan Archer on today’s episode as Nathan shares what his youth ministry measures that defines their success beyond attendance. 

 

Special thanks to this episode’s sponsor, Trinity Western University. Their mission is to develop godly Christian leaders: positive, goal-oriented university graduates with thoroughly Christian minds; growing disciples of Jesus Christ who glorify God through fulfilling the Great Commission, serving God and people in the various marketplaces of life. They are passionately committed to helping you discover how to be fully and faithfully present in the world and to play a vital role in God’s work of healing, hope, and renewal. Learn more about this leading liberal arts university with campuses in both Canada and the USA at TWU.ca

Submit your youth ministry question at youthministry.team. And if you’d like access to the Core Four Responsibilities videos that Sid mentioned, email Jeremy at Jeremy@YouthWorker.community.

 

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