Across America, churches are in need of spiritual nurture and pastoral adjustments that bring them in line with biblical and scriptural mandates. What has occurred in many churches is the development of a mindset that feeds on personal fellowship and organization rather than on mission and ministry. More than just a few churches have unknowingly adopted a pharisaical attitude of wanting the church to grow, but wanting the growth to resemble their own people and worship style. While the church is a multi-functional organization, it has one primary mission: to reach, teach, and touch others for Christ. Churches are generally conservative and slow to change. The church must be willing to change or risk being labeled irrelevant by a world it was designed to impact for Christ. A prime time to assist churches in making long lasting biblical changes regarding its primary mission is during transition periods. The most noted transition period is between pastors. This book lays out an effective strategy for strengthening churches. It provides a step-by-step process of practical instruction. The goal is to spiritually reposition the 21st century church to impact the world for Christ.