The ChurchScan Inventory measures spiritual and relational functioning in five key areas of church life: Corporate Pulse, Trust in Leadership, Mission/Vision Fulfillment, Communication, and Historical Wounds.

Once you submit your free ChurchScan Inventory you will be taken to an assessment page. Explanation of your scores and some next steps are included. We also email you a link to your assessment page so you can review your results at a later date.

Your church can receive composite scores along with a video or phone conference with one of our team members. Assessing ChurchScans from multiple leaders in your church gives you a balanced view of your church’s overall health. It’s also involves your leaders in a discussion of these critical issues. Contact us about this affordable option.

Regional and denominational leaders can also gain valuable insight into the health of their churches. Group ChurchScan pages are available, allowing multiple churches to take the ChurchScan Inventory at the same time. Contact us about setting up a group page for your organization.

FYI: To learn more about the thinking behind the ChurchScan Inventory, we recommend that you read Diagnosing the Heart of Your Church by Mark Barnard.

Church Info

Corporate Pulse

Very Great Extent
Great Extent
Some Extent
Not at all

Trust in Leadership

Very Great Extent
Great Extent
Some Extent
Not at all

Mission/Vision Fulfillment

Very Great Extent
Great Extent
Some Extent
Not at all

Communication

Very Great Extent
Great Extent
Some Extent
Not at all

Historical Crises

Very Great Extent
Great Extent
Some Extent
Not at all
[1] Corporate pain is defined as a crisis or unresolved issue that negatively impacts the leadership and/or a congregation as a whole.
Disclaimer:
Data submitted to this survey is stored by Blessing Point Ministries, Inc. for research purposes to refine assessment results and gather greater understanding of Church pain. No individual responses will be distributed, sold, or made available to the public. Distribution of a survey taker's results are at their own discretion.