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3 Total Church Members: 1,201 Active Members 1,037 Pending Members 25 Inactive members 34 Non-resident 105 Adults 19 and older…..248 members Students (13-18)………… 97 members Children (6-12)…………….77 members Preschool (0-5)…………….30 members

4 Preschool-Student Members = 7% Young adult (ages 19-39) ……24% (251) Middle adult (ages 40-62)…….33% (350) Senior adult (ages 63- 99)…….36% (381)

5 When they Joined: since year 2012: 190 (154 adults) years 2009-2011: 289 (164 adults) years 2004-2008: 265 (238 adults) years 2003 & earlier: 532 (498 adults)

6 WorshipTag* Spanish * Sunday School SS Adult only 20144906520391288 20135025114402285 20125046215384277 Indicates it is included with the Worship Total * Indicates it is included with the Worship Total

7 General Budget $ 2013 $1,287,696* 2012$1,222,984 2011$1,238,842 2010$1,306,920 PIF Gifts included in budget funds * PIF Gifts included in budget funds

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10 96,400 …………………….Year 2014 101,400…………………… by Year 2019 We will experience a 5% increase in the next five years.

11 African American largest group – 44% (42,200); in 2019 percentage of area will still be 44% Hispanics (29,500) fastest growing group, will see 8% rate through 2019 (from 31% to 32%) Anglo group (22,100) will not see any growth – will remain about 22% of area population

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14 Median age is 35 yrs old Preschool through Student combined is 31%; stays thru 2019 Adult Age Distribution will see changes: Young adult - 21% by 2019 will be 20% Middle adult – 27% by 2019 will be 24% Senior adult – 20% by 2019 will be 23% (We’ll see the Boomer generation entering the senior adult world – of these 12% will be 65 or older)

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16 Overall Student Population: 13,289 Overall distribution is: Hispanics………………49% African American….41% Anglo………………………6% High School now at Hispanics………………47% African American….45% Anglo………………………6%

17 Take a look into the future: Of the nine elementary campuses: Hispanics………………54% African American….38% Anglo………………………5% Four of the elementary campuses are largely Hispanic Fairmeadows…….. 82% Bilhartz……………… 65% Central………………. 63% Hastings…………….. 51%

18 In our population area there are 3 major groups ; together they make up 64% of area population Soulful Spenders……….10,550 (31%): Top 20% affluence Hispanic Harmony ….. 4,132 (12%): Mid-range affluence Singles: Urban Ambition.. 7,200 (21%): Bottom 20% affluence

19 In our population area there are 3 major groups ; together they make up 64% of area population Soulful Spenders……….10,550 (31%): Top 20% affluence

20 HospitalityDesire deep relationships, spiritual conversations, love warm welcomes, (greeters should make instant sp. connection) Refreshments are expected. Worship3 desires: Inspirational singing (75% presentational); Biblical message of relevant themes, very motivational Outreach Self improvement programs attractive; focus on local concerns (law and order, combat racism and discrimination) Property/Tech Interior is more important; value tradition, but appreciate good tech. Stewardship Tithing is expected of leaders; often made public. Need financial planning assistance Communication Outdoor signs a must-illuminated, updated. Phone over email-repetition essential

21 In our population area there are 3 major groups ; together they make up 64% of area population Hispanic Harmony ….. 4,132 (12%): Mid-range affluence

22 LeadershipSpanish and English needed; sensitive to young families, work schedule, liaison to agencies Hospitality Rarely miss a week in worship, arrive late tendencies, enjoy refreshments after services; need childcare support; baptisms are celebrated Worship Prefer structured, predictable services; simplicity counts- means authenticity. Simple, pragmatic message. Small Groups Midweek meeting challenging; due to limited time. Short term groups with specific topics do attract. Women more than men, Outreach Provide ministries for self improvement-skills, tutoring, etc. Health issues draw too. Stewardship Not great money managers, trust management of leadership Communication Computer used much, church website; Spanish appreciated.

23 In our population area there are 3 major groups ; together they make up 64% of area population Singles: Urban Ambition.. 7,200 (21%): Bottom 20% affluence

24 LeadershipRelevant programs matter more than denominations. Pastor should be visible. Responds quickly to calls, etc. Hospitality Refreshments before worship important; staff mingles while they attend. Relationship building critical. Provide as much food, drink as you can. – abundant more important than fresh or fancy Instant messaging works. Worship Upbeat, contemporary, lots of interaction; blend of live performance and music video; topical /practical messages. Deal more with “tomorrow than with eternal”. Follow up with “thought of the day” text message. Outreach Events helping them understand themselves; they have time, and will volunteer (special training that helps themselves!) Property/Tech Any building will do. Security is important, computer rooms great, lending library with recent resources StewardshipNot disciplined givers, mange money badly. legal aid good. Legal aid appreciated (rent issues) CommunicationOutdoor signs critical, updated regularly,

25 Kodak - gone Blockbuster - gone Sears – fading Radio Shack – fading fast! Monsanto - (1901) Initially made saccharin; now dominant ag company IBM – (1911) Initially made commercial scales; now IT services, software General Electric – (1892) initially made light bulbs; now makes gas turbines, locomotives

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27 1 – Ability to say no 2 – Outsider Focus 3 – Quick decision making 4 – Flexibility, adaptability, and can innovate

28 5 – Value online relationships as real relationships 6 – An openness to questions 7 – High value on experimentation 8 – A tailored experience, not a tailored message

29 Church Life Groups (CLG) Formed from classes in Adult 4,5,6,7. No CGL from Adults 1,2,3 Smaller than current departments; larger than current classes Stand alone classes – no dept/class structure-no disturbance of other classes Will require two teachers – one as leader, one as apprentice

30 Church Life Groups (CLG) Formed from classes in Adult 4,5,6,7. No CGL from Adults 1,2,3 Will have commitment to start new units as certain attendance point. Offers superb flexibility to add new classes- lifeblood of church growth. New units will be commissioned Will require remodeling of existing adult class rooms

31 Southwest Baptist (DeSoto) - gone Colonial Hills Baptist (Cedar Hill) – gone FBC Lancaster– fading Hampton Road Baptist (DeSoto)– slow fade

32 Duncanville’s First Baptist--???????????


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