Empowering Churches and their Leaders to Learn, Thrive, and Flourish.

The Luminex Group equips churches and their leaders to realize healthy growth in these volatile, uncertain, and complex times.
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July's
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The Importance of
Shared vision

While our missional call to “make disciples” is fixed, vision must be fluid.

/ Recognizing and overcoming the obstacles to effective ministry.

Breaking Church Addictions

Believe it or not, church addictions are fairly common. They are probably more common than we would like to admit. The Breaking Church Addictions Seminar will equip you to identify the characteristics and behaviors of church addictions, understand the addictive process, and formulate interventions to restore both leaders and the congregation to health.
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  • Luminex Group has been great counselors for me in my ministry. Their insight is both strategic and Biblical, helping churches to grow in the ways that most please God, rather than the ways that please men.
    Ryan
    Pastor at Syracuse, NY
  • Luminex has a wellspring of resources for churches. I have already shared this site with other pastors and their feedback has already been positive. Thanks, Luminex for your part in God's kingdom work.
    Nancy
    Church Systems Participant at Luminex Group
  • At Forest Grove Reformed Church, we have been blessed the Luminex Group as we have been led through the Church Unique and God Dreams processes so we can gain that clarity as a ministry.
    Daniel DeVries
    Lead Pastor at Forst Grove Reformed Church
  • Voyage Church hired The Luminex Group to facilitate a long-term visioning retreat for us while we are in the midst of a pastoral transition. Luminex did an excellent job listening, asking insightful questions, reinforcing us for our existing strengths and acknowledging some of our concerns.
    Diane K. Anderson
    Elder at Voyage Church
  • The entire 2-year Luminex Group process was very worthwhile, and I would highly recommend other churches and leaders engaging in it. Having an external facilitator was so important – it removed biases, favoritism, clinging to current practices, etc., yet engaged the group and pulled us all together.
    Kelly Johnson
    Church Leaders at ICRC