10 Differences Between Starting and Launching Ministry Initiatives
I’ve been involved in a lot of “new things” in my church leadership life over the years. In fact, I’ve seem to have a track record of being on the front end of new projects all the time. New campuses, leadership development programs, outreach initiatives, digital engagement strategies, follow up systems … the list goes on!
When I approach something new I often try to think about whether this project needs be launched or simply started. Although I prefer to launch new things … sometimes just starting them is called for. Here is a list that I’ve used to help understand the nuanced difference between these two approaches. Knowing the difference between whether this project needs to be started or launched makes a difference in the energy and focus you and your team will put into it.
Are you launching or starting a project right now? I’d love to hear about it!