PROJECT MANAGEMENTA personal expert consultant, managing timelines and details so you can focus on people.
Stadia Project Management
Every planter wants to see God’s vision for their new church become a reality. The Stadia project management team comes alongside the church planter and works to develop a project task list to take the new church from where it is today to that desired result.
Each church plant typically has a few hundred tasks that must be accomplished in order to reach the vision. It requires attention to detail. Entrepreneurial visionaries, which most church planters are, do not excel at the details. Stadia provides help.
Every Stadia church gets a trained and experienced project manager to serve the planter administratively and to accomplish many of the tasks. This frees the planter to build teams and rally people around vision, not government paperwork and databases.
Church leaders can be confident that skilled and experienced project managers will merge best practices with your vision to design and implement a thorough and effective plan.
“Stadia coaches, project managers, and staff provide vital support for church planters. They have a wealth of experience in what it takes to launch healthy churches and provide critical assistance when it is needed most.”Brian McKee
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