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Is Your Church a Healthy Church? Blog Feature
Samantha Decker

By: Samantha Decker on July 13th, 2017

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Is Your Church a Healthy Church?

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As a church leader, one of the greatest hopes you have for your church is that it be a thriving, healthy place for your people.

On paper, that sounds great!

But what does a healthy church actually look like in real life? That’s sometimes harder to pinpoint.

While we can all easily rattle off signs of an unhealthy church, it’s sometimes much harder to narrow down what exactly makes a church healthy. And even if we know what those qualities are, trying to grow and develop them in the church or display them on your church website is a whole other layer!

At Clover Sites, we want to see all of the churches we work with become healthy, long-lasting pillars in their communities. That’s why we pulled together just a few thoughts to help you determine what a healthy church looks like and begin to develop those qualities in your own congregation.

  1. ChurchLeaders.com: “Seven Secrets of Healthy Churches”
  1. Christianity Today: “What Does A Healthy Church Look Like?”
  1. Thom Rainer: “What Healthy Churches Will Look Like In 10 Years”
  1. Bible.org: “Signs Of Healthy Church Members”
  1. LifeWay: “25 Signs Of A Healthy Church”


Next Steps:

Part of being a healthy church is having a healthy church website that is easy and beautiful for both guests and members to utilize. We want to help! Click the button below to download a free checklist of the 11 must haves for every church website.

11 must haves for church websites


About Samantha Decker

As the Content Marketing Manager for Clover Sites, Samantha brings both experience and a passion to equip the local church by providing resources to help them live out their mission for the sake of the Gospel. As a former Church Communications Director, she understands the ins and outs of church communications, and is always up for some (good) coffee and conversation. Samantha enjoys living in Oklahoma City with her husband, Dustin, and their son, Eli.

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