Helping Churches Grow by Making More Disciples

A marketing plan designed to fill seats on Sundays is not the key to church growth. Healthy church growth comes through strategic planning and building a culture of evangelism and discipleship in your church. 

You want to lead a healthy church that is effectively reaching people in your community.
Let's work together so that you can reach your full potential as a disciple-making church. 


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Teach your church to share their faith

Evangelism Training

Your church will grow by reaching more people

Outreach Strategies

Get more people connected in your church

Church Assimilation

Help people know and take their next steps of spiritual growth

Discipleship Pathway

Optimize your web and social media to reach more people

Digital Media Consulting


Praying For Renewal In Our Church

A 40-Day Prayer Experience to Pray Our Church Into a New and Fruitful Future



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40 Day Prayer Guide for Churches

Church Growth Training

Preaching Tips From Patrick Lencioni

He's one of the top communicators in the world of business and leadership. Read the tips he gives for helping pastors preach better and more effective sermons.


#1 Characteristic of a Ministry Team Volunteer

Getting the right people on your church ministry team is crucial to the successful execution of your mission. But it is also one of the most challenging things to do. How you invite them to join the team is very important.

Bart Blair Church Growth Strategist

Bart Blair Church Growth Strategist

Founder, Make More Disciples 

Bart Blair has more than 20 years of leadership experience in churches, corporations and non-profits. He has been a pastor, a church planter and has led teams within a multi-billion dollar corporation. He is a strategic thinker and a problem solver with a passion for helping churches reach their evangelistic potential. Bart's goal is to help your church grow by making more disciples. With his wife Elizabeth, Bart also provides consulting and strategic planning services to parachurch ministries and non-profits with their firm B & E Consulting.

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