Congregational Health | Adam Mueller

Adam Mueller

More Than Just Good Worship: Congregational Health

The ultimate goal is to see people in worship—members regularly, visitors frequently. But this requires far more than good worship. This session explores several emphases that are increasingly important for congregational health and vitality: Bible class culture, meaningful service opportunities, building genuine relationships, reinforcing a truly Christian worldview, apologetics, discipleship in terms of mentoring and accountability.

Bio | Adam Mueller

After tutoring at Michigan Lutheran Seminary for two years, Pastor Mueller was assigned to a mission restart in Kokomo, Ind. During his 12 years there, he also helped start missions in Lafayette and Greenwood, Ind. In 2012 he accepted a call to serve Redeemer, Tucson, Ariz. Besides parish ministry, Adam has served in various roles on the district level including evangelism coordinator and circuit pastor. On the synodical level, he has served on translation review teams, on the Commission on Congregational Counseling, and as the WELS Hymnal Introduction Program director.