21st Century Strategies is a full-service, consulting group that offers a complete range of services to congregations, denominational judicatories, faith-based non-profit and para-church organizations, and Christian leaders.
We customize all of our services to meet your mission goals and strive to work within your financial limitations. Everything we do is designed to help leaders design new wine skins so they can navigate between the world that was and the world that is emerging. We can help your church and its leaders develop ministries and skills to meet the demands of a rapidly changing world.
21st Century Strategies is owned, operated, and managed by Bill Easum and Bill Tenny-Brittian. Together, they have a total of over 30 years consulting, coaching, and training Christian leaders and churches across the globe.
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Bill Easum has a thirty year track record of growing congregations in two denominations. His last church, which he pastored for twenty-four years, grew to the largest United Methodist Church in South Texas. His record of “evangelization” and “social justice” ministries was acknowledged by Industrial Areas Foundation in New York as one of the finest examples in North America. Bill is also the recipient of the prestigious Donald McGavran award for outstanding church leadership.
Bill Tenny-Brittian is the Managing Partner and Senior Consultant with 21st Century Strategies, as well as the Managing Editor of Net Results magazine and co-host of the popular show Church-Talk TV.
Over the past twenty-five years, Bill has been in demand from multiple denominations and has served as a successful church planter, transformational (turn-around) church pastor, consultant, and coach.
Kris has served as a middle judicatory leader for over a decade. She began working professionally in the Church soon after becoming a Christian at the age of twenty-two, first as a church secretary. She has served as a youth and children’s director, associate minister, senior minister, church planter, and judicatory executive.