The Dechurched Project is available to help your church or ministry think creatively about how to re-engage those who have left and keep people from becoming “done” with church. We have worked with everyone from denominations to small congregations, church planting ministries, pastoral training and parachurch ministries. We’re available for workshops, consultations and speaking engagements. Our goal is to make sure that ministries have a way of empowering and retaining their congregants to do the work of God in a modern culture.
Our recent clients include the Center for Innovative Faith-Based Leadership at Belmont University, The Texas Methodist Foundation, Denver Seminary, Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, United Methodist Church, Vibrant Faith, The Neighboring Collective, The Southwest Church Planing Forum, Group Publishing and The Nines.
“Josh has spoken several times to the learning communities that I facilitate for pastors. His tremendous knowledge, combined with his inviting style, has created an engaging session that has helped our groups effectively wrestle with complex issues that their churches are facing.”
-Mike Bonem, Consultant and Coach, author of Thriving in the Second Chair
- Participation, Activity, Conversation and Community: Research Proven Insights for Increasing Congregational Vitality
- Understanding the Dones: The Key to a More Vibrant Church
- Made BY Millennials: Church in the 21st Century
- Future Forward Pastoring
We are available for half or full-day consultations that focus on how how ministries can adopt and implement small changes that increase activity, vitality and ministry engagement
To inquire about a workshop, talk or consultation please fill out the form below.