Innovative Church Ways exists for one reason: to Build The Church God Wants.

What percentage of parishioners in your church would you guess read the Bible—the Word of God—every day...15%? 20%? What percentage would you think read the Bible through in a year? 5%? 10%? With the church model that we're experiencing, the overwhelming majority of believers in our gatherings (if not all) both read the Bible daily and read the Bible through each year. 

We don’t claim to have all of the answers, but we do believe that the Bible gives us a clear template of how He wants the church to be structured, versus how people want the church to be.

Acts 2:42-47 tells us, "And they devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers. And awe came upon every soul, and many wonders and signs were being done through the apostles. And all who believed were together and had all things in common. And they were selling their possessions and belongings and distributing the proceeds to all, as any had need. And day by day, attending the temple together and breaking bread in their homes, they received their food with glad and generous hearts, praising God and having favor with all the people. And the Lord added to their number day by day those who were being saved."

 
 

At Innovative Church Ways, we believe that Pastors are fulfilling a God-given call and anointing on their lives by the Lord. We feel that Pastors are good people who are giving their lives to God’s service—as well as to the service of the people. Unfortunately, many Pastors aren’t fully equipped in some of the essential areas of ministry that function within a church, such as:

 
  • Finance
  • Social Media
  • Giving Platforms
  • Fundraising
  • Web Design
  • Church Apps
  • Team-Building
  • Marketing
  • Church Departments:
    • Worship (Music) Ministry
    • Children’s Ministry
    • Greeter’s Ministry
    • Usher’s Ministry
    • Facilities
 
 

Is there a Pastor who has the expertise or time to manage each of these areas properly?

If there is, we’d like to meet this SuperPastor. But let’s face it, when you consider all of the other duties that Pastors are involved with, it’s virtually impossible to possess all of the time and expertise needed to adequately lead in each of these areas. These are vital segments within the church that are critical to fulfilling the vision that God has set for it.

Without these areas running effectively and efficiently, churches just seem to struggle. That’s where we come in. A consultant will assess each of these areas and departments and advise you best, based on our findings. Call or email ICWC today and let one of our consultants us help your church.

Additionally, we have consulted with churches in Ohio, Texas, Virginia, Florida, Oregon, Idaho, Colorado, Washington, Nevada, New York, Arizona, California (Northern and Southern), Minnesota, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina, and Georgia.

WHY HIRE A CONSULTANT?

Let us answer this question by asking you…

  • Is your church failing to fulfill its mission statement?
  • Does your church lack overall health?
  • Is your church attendance in decline?
  • Is overall church giving down?
  • Could you use advice on additional giving streams and platforms? 
  • Does your church’s social media presence fail to accomplish what it could?
  • Is your website outdated?
  • Is your church’s Worship (music) Team missing the mark?
  • Do your department heads seem to just be going through the motions?
  • How friendly and helpful to newcomers is your church? Do they have a glad-to-see-you, how-can-I-help-you attitude?
  • Does your church have an overabundance of problematic parishioners?
  • Does your church need fresh life?
  • Are salvations in decline?
  • Do your congregants make regular references to your church’s “Glory Days?”
  • Have you considered surveying your congregants to find out what they have to say about your church and what they want to see happen in your church?

If you answered “YES!” to any of these questions, call or email ICWC today. We love to help churches!