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The Church Growth Network, founded in 1987, provides a wide range of professional consulting services for churches. Our firm is particularly well-versed in church analysis, strategic planning, staffing, breaking size barriers, coaching of church planters, and generational change issues.

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The Church Growth Network, founded in 1987, provides a wide range of professional consulting services for churches. Our firm is particularly well-versed in church analysis, strategic planning, staffing, breaking size barriers, coaching of church planters, and generational change issues.

Advice on Opportunity

Gary McIntosh

While reading today, I came across this quote from Charlie Munger (investment partner to Warren Buffett).  He said, "Opportunity comes, but it doesn't come often, so seize it when it does come.”

   Good advice.

Chart a New Path

Gary McIntosh

 "You have not truly lived or progressed if you only follow the path that is already laid. You must also pave the way that has yet to be established." - Joe Stinson 

New Book

Gary McIntosh

Just received a new book for which I wrote the forward. Elders Lead a Healthy Family: Shared Leadership for a Vibrant Church by J. R. Miller. Fresh off the press. Read it. Discuss it. Put it to work. 

Grandfather Visit

Gary McIntosh

I visited McIntosh family heritage sites in Georgia last week   A picture of my great, great, great grandfather shows him in his Scottish dress about 1823. 

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Atlanta, GA Trip

Gary McIntosh

Headed to Atlanta to tour the historical sites of the McIntosh family. Captain John McIntosh came to the Georgia colony about 1742 to protect it from the Spanish in Florida. His son, William McIntosh, married a Native American princess named Senoya, of the Muscogee Creek Nation. The family lived there until 1828 when they moved to Indian Territory, now Oklahoma. Traveling with my son and grandson. Should be fun