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VITALITY is the state of being strong, active and having the continuance of life.

We realize that every church goes through some form of a life-cycle. Just as the human body experiences birth, death, and the many phases in between, we believe the Body of Christ can enjoy and suffer through similar experiences.

Thus, our desire is to help you, our church Leaders, through whatever cycle you and the church you lead are experiencing. We long to see the day that the vital signs of every church within EFCA East are strong - strong enough to produce healthy churches that are actively fulfilling their part of the Great Commission.

We hope that engaging with these resources will strengthen your soul for the work ahead and breathe new life and purpose into your ministry.

HOW DOES YOUR CHURCH MEASURE UP?

Take an online or written assessment to help measure you and your church's vital signs.

The 8 leading indicators of church vitality and how to use them to bolster your church's vital signs.

VITALITY RESOURCES

21 Day Devotional and Reflection Guide

A simple reflection and devotional guide to help you, the church leader and Influencer, recalibrate your personal vitality, which will in turn enable you to immediately improve the vitality of your church and ministry.

8 Week Vitality Sermon Series

This series is an eight-week study designed to help walk you, your team and your entire church family through eight essential teachings about living a life of vitality both as a church and as individuals. This series corresponds with the eight Vitality Indicators created by EDA Move to help churches develop and maintain healthy vital signs.

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CHURCH VITALITY

Still Reviving - Cedrick Brown

Vitality Call - February

Focusing Toward Revival - Tony Balsamo

Vitality Call - March

Vitality Call - December

No one needs you. Now what? - Joe Henseler

You're not enough. That's okay. - Eddie Cole

Where is your church going?

By Peter Johnson

The life cycle of any church is often pictured by a bell curve. As the church grows, the curve goes up. But at some point, without direct decisions being intentionally made to continue the upward direction that first birthed the church, a church will plateau, grow stagnant, and begin a slide to its death. It is inevitable…

Pastors Need Healthy Boundaries

By Benjamin Vrbicek

There’s a phrase in endurance sports called “burning matches.” For every racer, there’s one average pace that gets you to the finish line fastest. And every time you increase your speed above that pace (perhaps to catch one competitor or drop another) you “burn a match.” Burning matches is part of racing, but a smart…

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