Oops! Our church building project went nowhere…again. When church building projects end with nothing realized, it leads to hurt feelings, wasted resources, and confused congregations. So, what goes wrong?

The most impactful way for a church to influence the success of a project is through the leadership of the building team. But who should be on this team? How should they relate, react and respond with each other—with both internal and external stakeholders?

Join us to learn practical solutions when forming your building team and best practices to shepherd a project forward as we examine “The Top 10 Ways to Kill A Building Project.”

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Takeaways include:

– How to develop an effective building team

– Best practices to deliver a successful building project with Kingdom impact

July 29, 2022

Building Committees…Oops, I Did It Again! Choosing the Right Team

Oops! Our church building project went nowhere…again. When church building projects end with nothing realized, it leads to hurt feelings, wasted resources, and confused congregations. So, […]
October 4, 2022

EXHIBITOR SPOTLIGHT: Collaborative Teamwork for Your Next Building Project

Design and construction can be an enjoyable process with the right partners. In this interactive discussion, Janis Brackett from Kirksey Architecture will share some tips and […]