Hello!We're Churbiz

...and we can’t wait to meet you!

Our Mission

Churbiz provides coaching and educational resources specifically designed to meet the needs and challenges of African American churches; as they seek to serve God and help transform their communities.

There are 4 characteristics that define us (Yup, our Core Values!)

Giving more than we receive

You're our priority and we'll always share more than we take.

Remaining Purpose Driven

We're committed to the 5 biblical purposes of the church.

Excellence in all we do

In everything that we do, we will be excellent.

Keep Learning

We believe in continuous education (both yours and ours)

Meet Dwight!

He’s our founder, and absolutely passionate about church business administration, operational management, and organizational systems. The son of a pastor, Dwight started Churbiz with the goal of helping churches get the nonprofit training they needed to effectively run their organization.

He’s a dedicated leader, entrepreneur, former engineer, ex-corporate manager, church administrator, MBA, and current student perusing a certificate in Church Business Administration; who simply wants to help strengthen churches so that they’re able to lead the spiritual and social revitalization of our communities.

Dwight Smith

The Administrative Life Cycle of every Church

The Planting Phase


Planting is all about the soil. It doesn’t matter what you try to grow; you’ll never reap a good harvest if you haven’t taken the time to prep the soil.

The Planting Phase is all about ensuring that the legal and corporate structure of your ministry is setup properly. Within this phase, Churbiz focuses on topics such as the roles of your board of directors, completing your state & federal documentation, creating church bylaws and more.

The Planting Phase

The Growing Phase


The focus of GROW is on helping churches setup good management & organizational systems designed to assist them with operating the ministry efficiently.

This includes training lay leaders and pastors on how to be better managers & leaders; as well as giving ministry volunteers the nonprofit tools needed to operate the church in excellence.

The Growing Phase

The Sustaining Phase


This phase concentrates on building processes that sustain church growth. It includes creating documentation that allows the church to replicate itself, and develop robust systems that makes growth sustainable.

These systems usually include topics such as filing required tax documentation and reports, maintaining trust and financial endowments, special project & program management, as well as detailed problem solving.

The Sustaining Phase
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Facebook Group

It’s filled with pastors, lay leaders, administrators, marketing professionals, and media volunteers – as well as other nonprofit professionals such as attorneys, CPAs, and data & security experts.

Our community give pastors and their teams the answers and support on operating ministry in a spirit of excellence. In the helpdesk, leaders are able to ask questions and benchmark effective strategies for growing a healthy church.

Implementing eGiving

Increase giving throughout the year by giving members and visitors an easy and convenient way to give to your church. Download this free white paper today!

5 Pillars of Effective Church Management

There are 5 core operational principles – we call them pillars – that provide the foundation for every healthy church. Download this free white paper to learn more about each pillar, and how to strengthening them within your own ministry; in order to continually grow your church.

The 11 Essential Systems

Learn more about the 11 essential systems - and all of the required forms and templates  - which are necessary for every growing church today. 

The 11 Essential Systems

Learn more about the 11 essential systems – and all of the required forms and templates  – which are necessary for every growing church today. 

Download Your Checklist!

Learn more about the 11 major systems (and 100+ templates), spreadsheets, policies, and forms that every church needs to be healthy, protect the ministry, and operate in excellence.