Church facilities have long been a vastly under-utilized ministry tool.
Ogden, UT (PRWEB)
September 14, 2017
Building God’s Way, a nationwide church architect with a broad network of other turn-key services to support faith-based organizations, is visiting 14 cities this fall. The seminars will focus on teaching churches how to reduce the cost of their next facility expansion or renovation project by up to 30% and how to develop financially sustainable buildings that can free ministries from debt service to have a greater impact on the community.
These free seminars will reveal strategies for integrating for-profit business and utilizing church buildings seven days a week. Church facilities have long been a vastly under-utilized ministry tool, with most spaces left vacant during the week besides an occasional bible study or evening meeting. By stewarding these unused spaces more effectively, ministries can create a sustainable income stream and an incredible avenue for introducing the Christian faith to the surrounding community.
Seminar speakers include experts in the areas of church architecture, construction, funding, real estate development, for-profit business integration and church health. Key speakers include:
Eric Bahme – A senior pastor for nearly 30 years and the author of the book, “The Mission-Based Entrepreneur Revolution: Developing Economic Engines that Drive Mission-based Movements”.
Dan Cook – A visionary architect, developer, builder and the founder of the Building God’s Way (BGW) network of Kingdom Building Services. Dan has led BGW through the design of more than 750 ministry-based facilities and has pioneered a number of innovative…