Episode 396: Outgrowing Your Facility

In Episode 396 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Todd talk to John Muzyka on the topic of outgrowing your facility.

“What do you do when you outgrow your facility?”

In This Episode, You’ll Discover:

  • How to know when you’ve outgrown your facility
  • Frequently asked real estate questions

Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches):

  • “If your kids space fills up, but your sanctuary is only 50% full, people are going to stop coming, so you need to add a service.” – @johnmuzyka
  • “You’ve outgrown your facility when more people can’t come to you and when you’ve reached your leadership capacity for how many services you can do.” – @johnmuzyka
  • “If you don’t have all of your services full, you may not be ready to go multisite yet.” – @johnmuzyka
  • “In this real estate market there is not as much available as there used to be.” – @johnmuzyka
  • “If you have enough cash in your pocket, we might be able to find a lease to purchase scenario.” – @johnmuzyka
  • “Pastors are stewards as well as shepherds.” – @toddadkins
  • “When you approach a landlord, he is going to be considering his tax implications.” – @toddadkins

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Published June 17, 2019

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