Commentary: More denominational self-evaluation would make mission more effective

Even Nehemiah needed to know the reality before rebuilding Jerusalem’s walls 16 Nov 2011, Manila, Philippines Petronio Genebago As leaders we need to make more time to evaluate our programs at the grassroots level in order to better understand the effectiveness of our programs, mission and direction. It’s easy for us to write programs on the 8 x 11 white bond paper, with its table divided into 3-6 columns with headings like “events,” “date,” “venue,” “target,” and so forth, without making time to listen and feel the heart and needs of our members.

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