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Themes and questions side by side

First published on this website in August 2008

Words: 1800
Size: 165 kB
Categories: Administration, Communication, Leadership, Management, Planning, Structures

Synopsis

This short article compares and contrasts the two health-checks included on this website.

The Church Health Review (at HC4&5) is designed to help any Christian church assess and improve its spiritual well-being. It consists of a set of 45 questions to be asked, divided into 15 sections which, between them, form five themes. These are:

  • Godward
  • Usward
  • Outward
  • Leadership
  • Support

The Christian Effectiveness Model (at HC6&7) is designed to help any Christian mission agency assess and improve its effectiveness in ministry. It consists of a set of 48 questions to be asked, divided into 12 sections which, between them, for four themes. These are:

  • Validity
  • Choice
  • Excellence
  • Achievement.

These are all explained through the use of clear diagrams and samples.

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