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Jim Tomberlin
Veteran pastor, author, multisite & church merger specialist. Founder of MultiSite Solutions. Consultant .
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“We’re seeing a growing trend that mergers are helping strong churches increase their outreach and impact, stuck churches get revitalized, and struggling churches be re-birthed.”
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Jim Tomberlin Sep 21
SMALL is the new BIG. Smaller facilities, 300-600 seats with multiple services in 15-25k sf facilities that are financially self-sustaining. Get help at
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Jim Tomberlin Sep 20
Prior to COVID, a church merger was a facility strategy for multisite churches. This will accelerate in the next 18 months. Get help at .
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Jim Tomberlin Sep 19
Confusion about church merger models? Is this a Rebirth, Adoption, Marriage or ICU merger? Get help . Visit us at
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Jim Tomberlin Sep 18
is still a dominant strategy but COVID is going to separate churches who dabbled in multisite from those who embraced the paradigm shift from a monosite to multisite mindset. Get help from the at
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Jim Tomberlin Sep 17
Talking with ⁦⁦⁦⁩. A church on the move in Knoxville, TN!
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Jim Tomberlin Sep 17
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Tony Morgan Sep 16
A good coach helps bring clarity and focus where it’s needed, raises the effectiveness of ministry, and increases our confidence leading through uncharted waters. [episode 160]
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Jim Tomberlin Sep 16
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Jim Tomberlin Sep 15
Buildings don't reach people. People reach people. via
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Jim Tomberlin Sep 15
Church mergers are now the new normal. Once seen as a last resort or lose-lose option, mergers can be a win-win for struggling & stuck churches, as well as strong churches. Get help
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Jim Tomberlin Sep 14
Every church merger involves a lead church and a joining church. The merging of churches is a delicate dance where one leads & the other follows. Get help
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Jim Tomberlin Sep 13
"The best way to position yourself as a lead church in a merger scenario is to help and care for other churches. "
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Jim Tomberlin Sep 12
I’m grateful that Jim Tomberlin & Warren Bird have created the playbook to help churches navigate the process in a helpful & healthy way.”
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Jim Tomberlin Sep 11
Research: 1 in 5 Churches May Close Due to Pandemic. Church mergers are better than church closures!
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Jim Tomberlin Sep 10
We are talking church mergers in the UK.
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Jim Tomberlin Sep 4
Church mergers were catalyzed by the multisite movement, increased with the decline in church attendance nationwide and accelerated by the COVID pandemic, but provide an opportunity for rebirth, revitalization and church growth.
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Jim Tomberlin Sep 3
I loved this interview with on Multiplication through Mergers, Multi-site and Leadership Succession . Thank you Sean for your warm & engaging "Leaders in Living Rooms" approach. Love your style!
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Jim Tomberlin Sep 2
"The authors have updated & expanded this go-to resource for to include church planting, multiplication as well as multisite churches. This guide has become even more relevant, helpful, and practical.”
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Jim Tomberlin Aug 31
I loved this interview with on Multiplication through Mergers, Multi-site and Leadership Succession . Thank you Sean for your warm & engaging "Leaders in Living Rooms" approach. Love your style!
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