Will Mancini: How Does Your Church Measure Success?

 
Oct. 29, 2012
As we know, it's no longer about 'butts and bucks' - there are deeper measurements for success. What are they - and is your church using them? Here's an excerpt from a recent ChurchNext interview (see the full interview at churchnext.tv)

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