The Committee | Chuck Knows Church

The Committee | Chuck Knows Church

Hey everybody, it’s me Chuck. In our latest episode of “The Committee” we talked about the importance of the small group in building a healthy congregation. Now, we want you to know that we consider you to be an important part of our small group Right? Like what I did there? You may remember the

SUB-Committee: The Test | Chuck Knows Church

SUB-Committee: The Test | Chuck Knows Church

So, I’ve been working on a list. It is what I call Chuck’s top 10 ways to a successful committee. I cant wait. Everyone needs to understand the “blank” of the committee? Hygiene? Not the hygiene. Everyone needs to understand– Snacks! The weight Everyone needs to understand the “purpose” of the committee? Number 2. Here

The Committee: 9-Children in Church | Chuck Knows Church

The Committee: 9-Children in Church | Chuck Knows Church

So what do you think, you just gonna wait down here until your class starts? It’s not going to be to long? No way, boring. I’m kinda’ hungry, dad. Oh, it’s not boring, okay? It’s only boring when Mr. Riley goes off on one of his agendas, which we don’t let happen too often, so…

SUB-Committee: The Slogan | Chuck Knows Church

SUB-Committee: The Slogan | Chuck Knows Church

Okay, so you’ve made it clear that you’re not a very big fan of my campaign slogan for the Annual Stewardship Program, so I’m going to throw some more slogans out… …and just jump into it. “Giving makes you happy. Trust me.” “Good and happy people give.” “God says giving is good.” “Money in the

The Committee: 12-Embracing a Legacy | Chuck Knows Church
The Committee: 11-Committees That Work | Chuck Knows Church

The Committee: 11-Committees That Work | Chuck Knows Church

Mr. Riley: Yes, yes, giving is improving, Mrs. Beasley, but look at all these outstanding bills. How can we afford a pastor? Mrs. Beasley: We can’t keep starting every meeting with this financial doom and gloom. Mr. Riley: No, no, we cannot afford to stay the course. Glenda: When are we gonna talk about the

The Committee: 10-Stewardship | Chuck Knows Church

The Committee: 10-Stewardship | Chuck Knows Church

It’s hard to imagine, but “Passing the Plate” wasn’t always necessary to financially support the church. Not until the late 1800s did churches actually count on voluntary contributions to keep their doors open. You see, just like it was in Europe, the new government of Colonial America established, sanctioned, and financially supported the church. Colonists

The Committee: 7-Innovation | Chuck Knows Church

The Committee: 7-Innovation | Chuck Knows Church

Mr. Reilly: Okay, so, to close our meeting we’ll ask again, like we do every meeting do you believe Park Road Community Church has done everything it can and, it must close its doors by show of hands. Alright, we will continue the good work of the compass committee do our best to keep the

The Committee: Pilot | Chuck Knows Church

The Committee: Pilot | Chuck Knows Church

I remember when all these rooms were filled with Sunday School and now this is the ONLY Sunday School room. That was when I was a teacher, long before we got to this– Lockin’ all the doors, deciding if we should close up the church. Mr. Riley thinks we have tried everything and will vote

The Committee:  6-Discipleship System | Chuck Knows Church

The Committee: 6-Discipleship System | Chuck Knows Church

I just can’t imagine what they went through, you know? Discipleship, Chuck, heavy stuff. We have to give up everything, you mean, even your families? Discipleship is a sacrifice, yes. Oh, gotta’ go, it’s that time. You want the rest of this? Sure. See ya, buddy. Daniel, wait up. Tuna fish… …jelly filled donut are