A healthy organization is defined by the degree in which it accomplishes its mission.
A healthy church is most effective when the six parameters outlined in Acts 2:42-47 (fellowship, worship, ministry, discipleship, evangelism, prayer) are apparent and effectively operating. The parameters lead to a number of very important questions in reference to its people.
A healthy organization is most effective generally when its people are ‘healthy’. Are they leading from their hearts (i.e. passionate, connected)? Are they leading with their souls? Are they leading with their minds (i.e. exercising their instincts and inspiration)? Are they leading from their strength (i.e. right people in the right place, match of gifts/talents and tasks)?
These questions and others should be asked and analyzed on a regular basis by a professional consultant from outside the church. It’s hard to see a concern when you are within its midst.