Free Seminar video series for Church Leaders:

A strategic discussion about what it means to be an "Embedded Church", covering everything from mission and vision to facilities and finances!

Something for Every Church Leader! No matter what stage of growth your ministry is in, this seminar video series has something for everyone! Learn how to develop your "strategic blueprint" for the future, utilizing a comprehensive and intentional strategy that takes stock of where you've been and looks through eyes of faith into the future. 

Become an "Embedded Church" in your Community

Community doesn't just happen by accident.  We must break ground and culture that invites people in. We must come to a place where we truly believe there is no "us and them", there is just "us". Learn new strategies for creating a culture that allows people to belong before they believe. 


Building a "Community-First" Church Facility

In order for churches to thrive in the 21st century, we believe they must be willing to put their community first. Learn 4 key design principles to consider for your new or existing facility that will help bring people to your campus who may not be looking for Jesus, but who might later realize that Jesus is looking for them.


The Story of The Genesis Project

The Genesis Project is a church that was launched in Ogden, Utah and has grown to a multi-site movement in 6 cities across the nation reaching thousands every week. With a mission to plant churches in the darkest places, they've seen God do amazing things with seemingly hopeless lives and have become a model for embedded ministry.

8 Steps toward an Embedded Church Identity

Pastor Matt Roberts shares 8 keys from his new book "The God of New Beginnings" that can help you create a culture that allows people to belong before they believe. Is your church filling a need in your community that would be greatly missed if you were not there? Learn some keys to creating a culture that is focused on becoming a more integral part of the community. 

Creating Economic Engines that Fund Missional Movements

Church facilities have traditionally been among the least utilized buildings in America, sitting empty throughout most of the week. Discover how churches can leverage for-profit and community partnerships to maximize the use of their building and help offset overhead costs.