Ninety-five percent (95%) asked, “What can we learn when things don’t go as expected?” DMs have the courage to reevaluate failed programs or ideas. Failure may not require the congregation to discard the idea but to evaluate whether they have invested in a way that would make it work. Honest evaluation may also lead them to conclude that the idea is not suitable to their context. They are willing to discover and discuss areas to improve, refurbish, recreate, or adopt. They do not “do it because they have always done it” but seek to improve each and every ministry for the gospel’s sake. — Steve Parr