Many regional associations today are defining their central purpose as creating vital, growing congregations.  Given the current organizational structures and methodologies employed by regional associations, this task is challenging if not impossible.  Organizational intelligence makes this mission possible.  It provides the missing component that helps regional association leaders effectively manage the interactions and interventions with their congregations including

  • Where to allocate the scarce resources of time and money
  • How to improve pastoral fit and tenure
  • How to catch problems early before they reach the crisis level
  • How to identify resources in churches that have discovered pathways to effective ministry
  • How to network churches to one another with the greatest benefit
  • How to track the progress of congregations and evaluate the effectiveness of interventions
  • How to develop regional strategies that make sense for a particular geographic area

Here are the tools that can help:


CATWALK Training

Focal Points